By Kamadi Amata
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto on Thursday met for a Cabinet meeting.
The two met at State House in Nairobi, where the head of state is currently chairing the meeting.
A statement from the State House said issues to do with national and international importance will be discussed during the meeting.
Ruto has been conspicuously missing in previous Cabinet meetings.
This comes after the DP Ruto severally claimed that he had not attended cabinet meetings after his duties were allegedly handed to Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i.
The Cabinet is expected to sit every Thursday to discuss pertinent issues affecting the government.
This is also the first time Uhuru has called for a cabinet meeting in over a year.