Cabinet Secretary to the Ministry of Public Service, Hon. Moses Kuria earlier today chaired a meeting with representatives from Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) at the Prime Cabinet Secretary Office in preparation for a seven day government roadshow that kicks off today 9th January 2024.

23 government institutions will participate in the exercise where they will seek to evaluate the performance of government programs and projects in preparation for the Cabinet Retreat which will be held from 21st to 24th January.

The exercise is going to help receive factual data to be able to generate a comprehensive report which will be presented for discussion and absorption at the retreat.

During the last Cabinet Retreat last year, the government set targets and developed a plan.

The second retreat comes against this background.

Hon. Kuria has expressed confidence that the resolutions from the second retreat will steer the country into the right direction towards a sustainable socio-economic transformation.

“Planning ahead in the next seven days is critical for a successful retreat because ultimately, failing to plan is planning to fail,” – Moses Kuria.

The Public Service CS was joined by Secretary to the Cabinet, Ms. Mercy Wanjau; Government Spokesman, Dr. Isaac Mwaura; Principal Secretaries; Heads of Departments among other Government officials.

The roadshow will bring together 23 government institutions allow for the evaluation of government programs and projects in alignment with The Plan, Bottom Up Economic Transformation Agenda, Medium Term Plan and Vision 2030.