Public Service Commission (PSC) has stated that the advertisement calling for interested and qualified Kenyans to submit their applications for consideration to the positions of the Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) position still stands despite the suspension of creation of the slot.
The Employment and Labour Relations court yesterday suspended the establishment of the CAS position in President William Ruto's government after the Law Society of Kenya petitioned, saying that its creation amounts to duplicity with the duties of the principal Secretary and only posses wage burden to Kenyans.
According to a report by Citizen TV PSC has urged those interested to submit their applications by October 27th, arguing that they had conducted successful public participation that closed on October 6th on the establishment of the position.
The case has since been scheduled to take place on October 24th.
A section of leaders from the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance have lauded the court for the move, saying that it is Kenyans who will have to dig in to their pockets to foot the salaries of those offices yet the economy is not good.
Some of the leaders in Kenya Kwanza Alliance side have opined that the CAS will ensure an inclusive government.
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