Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho has revealed that he will be naming his new cabinet in less than three days' time.
Speaking on Tuesday in an interview with KTN, Joho revealed the key criteria he will be putting into considerations in naming his new team.
The county boss revealed that his county ministers are now being evaluated for what they delivered for the people of Mombasa for the past last two years they were in office.
He said the impact they left behind within that period will determine who will be sent home and who will retain the position in the coveted cabinet.
"We have given ourselves a few days to critically evaluate what impact they have been able to leave, or achieve, over the two years period they were in office. As we stand here today, there is a team already looking at social impact, economic and political impact and engagement with the ordinary mwananchi for the last two years and thereafter I will make a decision as governor on who stays, who goes and who is replaced," the county boss affirmed.
Joho agrees that some ministers delivered well while others performed bellow his expectations, what he claims to be 'wanting' performance.
He has also assured the residents that there is no vacuum in the county administration as everything is running as expected even in the absence of the ministers.