Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho on Friday announced his next step four days after his entire cabinet went home after the end of a two-year contract.

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According to the Governor, only a section of his cabinet who displayed good performance in their dockets will be recalled. 

He went ahead to list three factors which will be used to evaluate their performances. The three factors include; social, political and economic impact as from 13, 2017 to the time that the cabinet was dismissed.

A task force has been put in place to carry out the evaluation as the government plans to set up a new cabinet.

Joho also revealed that he has carried out his own evaluation on the county executives.

“I have done evaluation on what each county executive has achieved in the past two years. There are some who have done well and others are wanting. I was given a five-year mandate by voters and in turn, I have to evaluate the performance of the people under my leadership. In three or four days, I will make a decision on who stays and who goes,” he said.

The governor outlined the importance of the county executives adding that no position will be left empty.

The immediate former cabinet of Mombasa county comprised of; William Kingi (Education), Maryam Mbaruk (Finance), Hazel Koitaba (Health), Godfrey Nato (Environment), Munywoki Kyalo (Youth and Sports), Fatma Awale (Water), Seth Odongo (Devolution), Fawz Rashid (Trade and Tourism), Taufiq Balala (Transport), Edward Nyale (Lands) and Hassan Mwamtoa (Agriculture and Fisheries).