After the Treasury approved the budget for BBI signatures verification, the Independent Electoral Board Commission has announced the opportunity to Kenyan youths to fill the 400 vacant posts as clerks.
The vacancy is a good news to most Kenyan youths as it doesn't need higher qualifications. According to the letter shared from the IEBC, applicants will only require to have a minimum requirement of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education. Those who have a higher certificate in education level shall be considered too.
According to the vacancy letter, applicants will also be required to have skills in computer and be of the knowledge of entering data in the spreadsheet. The verification process of the BBI signatures will see the nation entering in a referendum on weather to change the 2010 constitution before 2022 general elections or retain the constitution.
The position of the clerk is opened to all Kenyan youths but only 400 will get the chance as there are only 400 slots to be field.
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