President William Ruto has made new changes to parastatals kicking out more allies of retired President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The president has appointed Muyumba Simmon Indimuli to be the new Secretary of the Board of the State Corporations Advisory Committee revoking the appointment of Wajiku Wakogi.
In a gazette notice dated February 24, 2023, Ruto said that Indimuli will be in office for three years and his appointment takes effect from January 30, 2023.
Further, the President named Sylvanus Maritim the new non-executive Chairperson of the board of the Information and Communications Technology Authority.
He will equally serve for a period of three years beginning February 24. He takes over from Fredrick Owino.
Ruto has also appointed Ugas S. Mohamed as the new chairperson of the Board of Directors of Capital Markets Authority (CMA) revoking the appointment of Nick Nesbitt.
Mohammed’s term at the helm of CMA will be three years long taking effect from February 24, 2023. Nesbitt was appointed to the board by President Kenyatta in October 2021.