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Full List of 50 CASs Nominated by President William Ruto 
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Full List of 50 CASs Nominated by President William Ruto 

Tony Mukere
March 16, 2023

President William Ruto on Thursday, March 16, nominated 50 individuals to serve as Chief Administrative Secretaries (CASs) in various ministries and statement departments. 

The nominees were announced in a statement issued by Head of Public Service Felix Koskei, and paves the way for Parliament, through the National Assembly, to vet the nominees. 

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Among the notable names in the list was former Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero who has been nominated to serve in the Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and Investments. 

Former Kipkelion East MP Joseph Limo was nominated to serve as a CAS in the National Treasury, alongside former Tharaka Nithi Woman Rep Beatrice Nkatha. Other recognisable names on the list include digital strategist Dennis Itumbi, former Nairobi Women Rep Millicent Omanga, and former Nominated MP Isaac Mwaura.

Here is the full list of the nominated CAS by ministry and state department: 

Office of the Deputy President

Ann Wanjiku Mwangi 

Nicholas Ngabiya Rioba

Edwin Sudi Wandabusi

Office of the Prime Cabinet Secretary

Sharif Athman Ali 

Isaac Mwaura Maigua

Rehema Hassan

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Ministry of Interior & National Administration

Samuel Kuntai Tunai

Millicent Nyaboke Omanga

Amb. Mohamud Ali Saleh

Ministry of Defence

Alfred Agoi Masadia

The National Treasury & Economic Planning

Kirui Joseph Limo

Beatrice Nkatha Nyaga

Ministry of Foreign & Diaspora Affairs

Joash Arthur Maangi

Catherine Waruguru

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Ministry of Public Service, Gender & Affirmative Action

Hussein Tuneya Dado

Charity Nancy Nanyama Kibaba

Ministry of Roads & Transport

Benjamin Jomo Washiali

Eng. Nicholas Gumbo

Ministry of Lands, Public Works,Housing & Urban Development

Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri

Victor Kioko Munyaka

Ministry of Information, Communications & The Digital Economy

Denis Njue Itumbi

Simon Mwangi Kamau

Ministry of Health

James Kimanthi Mbaluka

Khatib Abdallah Mwashetani

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Ministry of Education

Elly Stephen Loldepe

Mark Lomunokol

Anab Mohamed Gure

Ministry of Agriculture & Livestock Development

Jackson Kiptanui

Daniel Wamahiu Kiongo

Ministry of Investments, Trade & Industry

Evans Odhiambo Kidero

Vincent Kemosi Mogaka

Lilian Cheptoo Tomitom

Ministry of Co-Operatives & Micro, Small, Medium Enterprises (MSMESs) Development

Bishop Margaret Wanjiru | 

Amos Chege Mugo 

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Ministry of Youth Affairs, The Arts & Sports

Wesley Korir 

Charles Njagua Kanyi 

Ministry of Environment,  Climate Change & Forestry

Jackline Mwenesi Lukalo 

Nyaga John Muchiri

Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife & Heritage 

Rehema Dida Jaldesa 

Wilson Sossion 

Ministry of Water, Sanitation & Irrigation

Chrisantus Wamaiwa 

Sunya Orre 

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Ministry of Energy & Petroleum

Mary Yaine Senta 

Ministry of Labour & Social Protection

John Lodepe Nakara 

Prof. Elijah Gitonga Rintaugu 

Ministry of East African Community (EAC), The ASALS & Regional Development

Mwanamaka Amani Mabruki

Rael Chebichii Lele 

Ministry of Mining, Blue Economy & Maritime Affairs

David Kipkorir Kiplagat 

Fredrick Otieno Outa

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The State Law Office

Allan Kibet Kosgei 

CAS Salaries and Benefits

The Public Service Commission (PSC) currently classifies CASs under CSG 3, which is equivalent to job Group V. They are entitled to a monthly salary of Sh765,188, exclusive of other monthly allowances. 

They are also entitled to a one-off car grant of Ksh10 million, and a mortgage of Ksh35 million. If all the CASs are to take advantage of these perks, the state will foot a bill of Ksh2.2 billion on mortgages and the car grants alone. 

Other benefits include two government-issued vehicles, a driver, police officers to guard their homes, a personal assistant, and two secretaries.

They also enjoy a state-funded medical cover of Ksh3 million for outpatient services and Ksh10 for inpatient care.

Mukere is a digital journalist based in Nairobi. He is passionate about writing and shaping stories that make the world a better place. Connect with Mukere on LinkedIn.

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