Now the question that the Kenyan people need to ask is this:
Who exactly is Francis Muthaura? and who is Martha Karua? and i am sure there are a few retrogresives in this group who would rather pull the strings from behind than be seen in public, who are they?
Because according to them:
The President will retain the powers to appoint the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Ministers and Cabinet ministers under the power-sharing agreement brokered by Mr Kofi Annan. Mr Muthaura had said: "The Vice-President, Prime Minister, deputy Prime Ministers and all ministers are directly responsible to the President. The President will continue to chair the Cabinet".
He also said that appointments to the public service, parastatals and other constitutional bodies were not subject to the power-sharing deal. According to him, such appointees were expected to serve all Kenyans equally and their jobs could not be politicised.
Flanked by the government spokesman Alfred Mutua, Mr Muthaura said that President Kibaki retained his responsibilities as the Head of State and Government under the deal mediated by the former UN secretary general. All permanent secretaries and chairpersons of State corporations, he added, will also be appointed by the President. Mr Muthaura said the VP is the principal assistant of the President and will retain his position as the Leader of Government Business in Parliament. "This is a Constitutional provision and you don't expect the Prime Minister to supervise the work of the Vice President," he said.
So it seems, everybody-including Mr Annan himself and international community do not/and didn't know what the power-sharing deal 's all about and have been waiting for Mr. Muthaura and his friends to shed some lights in to it?