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List of Cabinet Secretaries in Kenya (2022)

Here is a complete and updated list of Kenya Cabinet Secretaries in Kenya in 2022 serving under President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Who is a Cabinet Secretary?

A Cabinet Secretary (CS) is a member of the Kenyan Cabinet and head of the Kenyan Ministries. The Government introduced the Cabinet Secretary position in the country after the promulgation of the 2010 constitution.

However, the Cabinet Secretary is not a Member of the Kenyan Parliament. The CS has to be vetted by a parliamentary committee before their appointment.

Here is the current list of the Kenyan Cabinet Secretaries.

List of Cabinet Secretaries in Kenya 2022

The following are the Cabinet Secretaries in Kenya that serve under President Uhuru Kenyatta in the Kenyan Government: Updated May 17, 2022.

Cabinet Secretary Government Ministry
1 Prof. George Magoha Ministry of Education
2 Dr. Fred Matiang’i Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government
3 Eugine Wamalwa Ministry of Defense
4 Monica Juma Ministry of Energy
5 Rachael Omamo Ministry of Foreign Affairs
6 Margaret Kobia Ministry of Public Service and Gender Affairs
7 John Munyes Ministry of Petroleum and Mining
8 Keriako Tobiko Ministry of Environment and Forestry
9 Joseph Mucheru Ministry of ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs
10 Mutahi Kagwe Ministry of Health
12 Peter Munya Ministry of Agriculture
13 James Macharia Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure Development
14 Najib Balala Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife
15 Sicily Kariuki Ministry of Water, Sanitization, and Irrigation
17 Farida Karoney Ministry of Lands & Physical Planning
18 Adan Muhamed Ministry of East African Community & Regional Development
20 Amina Mohamed Ministry of Sports, Culture & Heritage
21 Simon Chelgui Ministry of Labor & Social Services
22 Ukur Yattani (Replaced Henry Rotich) Treasury and Planning
23 Charles Keter Ministry of Devolution and ASAL Areas
24 Betty Maina Trade and Industrialisation
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