The governor for Kisii County Simba Arati has made it clear that the County is infested with people who have fake academic papers. According to the governor those who know have fake employment papers ought to resign immediately before they are prosecuted.
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The governor for Kisii County has made it clear that he won't blink an eye sacking fraudster employees because he wants to work with Professionals. The governor is clear that going into the future, he will not only sack employees but he will have some of them prosecuted.
Simba Arati has made it clear of his commitment to use all means possible to bring order in his county. The governor is clear that going forward, the fake employees including ghost workers must resign.
The governor has made it clear that issues about the country must take first priority if those who have true papers have to get jobs. The governor wants employees who cannot substantiate their academic qualifications to go home immediately or they will regret heavily.
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