Kenya's new interior minister has spent years alongside William Ruto and played a key role in ensuring his victory in August's presidential election. Now at the centre of government, he hopes to find himself ensconced in State House in 2032.
The new president must soon find a replacement for the head of Kenya's military as the top brass appointed by his predecessor approach retirement. But the options open to him are rife with political considerations.
France's Cour des comptes is helping its Kenyan counterpart, the Office of the Auditor-General (OAG) to fight corruption, at least until the end of 2022. #Kenya
Denmark wants to train new Kenyan policymakers in democratic dialogue. The Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy plans to run democratic boot camps in Kenya to hone the leadership and PR skills of first-timer MPs elected in Kenya's general elections on 9 August.
Philip Kameru has decided to step down two years before the end of his term. A key member of Kenyatta's administration, he is not on good terms with VP William Ruto, who just won the 15 August presidential election.
Despite Kenyatta's calls to vote for Odinga, the incumbent's Kikuyu community voted overwhelmingly for Deputy President William Ruto. The result is a political reshaping in Kenya's fertile and populous heartland.
The new US ambassador to Kenya is playing a leading role in easing the tension following William Ruto's victory in this month's presidential election, and the visit of an American senator could be a key move for bringing about political reconciliation.
Although the election of incumbent deputy president William Ruto as head of state has yet to be confirmed following his opponent's appeal to the Supreme Court, his allies have begun talks to become part of the future government.
As its debts continue to mount up, the Kenyan government is finding it increasingly difficult to find sources of finance, even from the private sector. Kenyatta's successor, William Ruto, is preparing to take over the reins of a state with very little room for manoeuvre.
The leaders of Kenya's main Christian churches called on the two leading presidential candidates to meet and commit to a peaceful election. They have declined the invitation.
The two main presidential candidates are struggling to meet the demands of their many allies and lieutenants for future government jobs - a crisis that has blown up just two weeks before the general election.
As the 2022 presidential election race hots up, the insurance company Amaco, the heart of opposition candidate William Ruto's business empire, is being targeted by a myriad of claims from the local and central authorities.