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Preparations for the swearing-in of President-elect William Ruto have accelerated after the Bureau’s Ascension Commission was allocated Ksh 200 million for the event.
In an economic and fiscal report ahead of the election, the Executive Office of the President (OP) was tasked with assisting the commission in organizing a smooth transfer of power.
The transition committee is headed by public service chief Joseph Kinyua and other senior security officials.
“The primary role of the presidency is the organization and coordination of government affairs. As part of its role, the office of the president will coordinate transition activities related to the appointment of the new president after the 2002 general election.
President Uhuru Kenyatta, CS’s Raychelle Omamo, Monica Juma and Chief of Public Service Dr Joseph Kinyua
“The allocation of Ksh200 million under the President’s Executive Office is foreseen in the National Treasury for Assumption of Office activities,” the report read in part.
While the report does not specify how the Ksh200 million will be spent, the money is expected to help organize the venue, run the program and host visiting heads of state and other dignitaries.
The Kinyua-led commission inspected the site, the Kasarani Stadium, hours after the Supreme Court ruling.
“The commission will also provide necessary facilities and staff for the president-elect, facilitate communication between the outgoing president and the president-elect and prepare the program of swearing in,” Kinyua said at an earlier news conference.
Several leaders around the world, especially those from East Africa, are expected to honor the ceremony.
Ruto will also have lunch at his new residence, State House, where he will receive visiting heads of state.
The Transitional Commission has already announced September 13 as a national holiday and is expected to be announced by Interior Minister Fred Matiang’i.
Inside the Moi International Sports Complex (MISC) Kasarani Stadium in Nairobi
Ksh200 million allocated for Ruto’s swearing-in ceremony – Canada Express News
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