On Wednesday, October 25, Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja announced his county executive committee and cabinet members.
Sakaja selected a 10-member cabinet, including former Sonko aide Charles Kerich to the Finance docket.
Others on the list are:
Michael Gumo, a former ODM candidate for the Westlands seat, and son of Fred Gumo will head up the Innovation and Digital Economy division.
Suzanne Silantoi will be in charge of the ministry for inclusion, public participation, and customer service.
In the 2017 race for the Senate seat representing Nairobi County, Silantoi contested against Sakaja.
The county head named cabinet advisors. Among them is Professor Washington Yotto Achieng, a famous transport expert.
Priscillah Mahinda was named his private secretary, while David Njoroge was named chief of staff. Dr. Jairus Musumba was proposed to fill the role of County Secretary.
Members of Sakaja’s Cabinet
Charles Kerich is in charge of finance and economic affairs.
Michael Gumo – Digital Economy and Innovation
Brian Mulama -Talent Development, Skill Development, and Care
Patrick Mbogo – Mobility and Employment
Built Environment and Urban Planning – Stephen Gathuita Mwangi
Ibrahim Auma Nyangoya- Municipalities, Administration, and Personnel
Rosemary Kariuki -Hutsler and business opportunities
Green Nairobi’s Maureen Njeri (Deal with environment and water).
Dr. Anastasia Mutethya Nyalita specializes in health, wellness, and nutrition.
Susan Silantoi is an advocate for inclusivity, public participation, and excellent customer service.
John Mwangi – Urban and Regional Planning
Lawrence Wambua – Economic advisor
Elias Mutuma – Legal Advidor
Dr Samora Otieno – Health Advisor
William Ngung’u Fazul – Political Advisor
Washington Yotto Achieng – Mobility Advisor