• Mwaure said the names of Bishop Anthony Muheria and Kisumu Archbishop Winnie Owiti were also forwarded.
•"I think very prophetically and visionary, the name of Mama Ida Odinga has been proposed," he said.
David Waihiga Mwaure, the Agano presidential contender, has presented a list of Kenyans who have been suggested to join his government if he wins the presidency.
On Thursday, Mwaure told the media that his Party has extended a request to Kenyans asking for their assistance with the proposals.
"From the current cabinet, the name of Interior CS Fred Matiang'i has been proposed, very strongly by more than one person. Also education CS George Magoha. And others are coming," he said.
Mwaure said the names of Bishop Anthony Muheria and Kisumu Archbishop Winnie Owiti were also forwarded.
The presidential candidate said the name of the former presidential candidate Reuben Kigame was also proposed.
"For us, we shall allow them to serve both their Christian work and to serve their nation," he said.
He said the name of the Roots' presidential running mate Justina Wamae has been proposed fiercely, adding that he had discussions about it with his running mate Ruth Mutua.
"Though they debated, they are good friends. We think she has something to offer Kenyans," he added.
"I think very prophetically and visionary, the name of Mama Ida Odinga has been proposed," he said.
Mwaure pointed out that Mama Ida has fought for Kenya, wondering why she cannot serve in the government.
He added that the name of Mama Rachel Ruto was also proposed. The names of activist Okiya Omtata, PLO Lumumba, and Justice David Maraga were also mentioned.
"We have also said if Roots' leader George Wajackoyah mends his ways, there is something he is trying to tell Kenyans. We can make him be in charge of the Cancer Center we want to develop," he said.
Mwaure insisted that the aforementioned names are simply proposals.
"We want to pass a disclaimer. We have not consulted these people. These are proposals."