Failing is not an Option; Ruto tells the new Cabinet Secretaries

President William Ruto told his new cabinet that they must focus on service delivery as they begin their work in the executive.

Failing is not an Option; Ruto tells the new Cabinet Secretaries
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President William Ruto has told his new cabinet that they have no alternative than to deliver as they embark on their cabinet roles.

"You have no option but to succeed. There is no other choice because failure is not an option," he said.

Ruto was speaking after he witnessed the swearing in of his Cabinet Secretaries at a function held in State House Nairobi on Thursday.

The President noted that the Cabinet Secretaries have the obligation to ensure the realization of the promises made to Kenyans by the Kenya kwanza Coalition  during the August polls.

While congratulating them, the Ruto assured the cabinet of his full support and that of his Deputy.

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The head of state also said that he is ready to listen to and take advice from the Cabinet Secretaries in managing the affairs of the nation and called them to take full charge of their dockets.

"Even though I stand here as president I do not have the monopoly of all knowledge," Ruto said.

Ruto also asked the cabinet to eschew regional and tribal bias and serve all Kenyans equally.

"I know that there are regional persuasions but I’ve not appointed any Cabinet for any region or county, I have appointed the cabinet of Kenya. I expect everyone to serve Kenyans equally," Ruto added.

Ruto also emphasized on integrity among the new Cabinet Secretaries to ensure full-service delivery. He importuned and appealed to them to uphold the rule of law and respect the constitution.

"You have been sworn to serve the people of Kenya. I expect all of you to uphold the constitution and the rule of law to be front and centre in the administration of our government," Ruto said.

The president also thanked the families of the new Cabinet Secretaries and implored on the patience of their spouses saying that the ahead of them needs dedication and commitment.

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