Kenyans are set to witness more Resignations by public servants in the next few weeks as they start their journey in politics.
Several high-profile individuals have already revealed that they will be vying for a political seat thus the need to resign from government officials as required by the constitution. Recently, Rift Valley regional commander George Natembeya became the first high-profile name to call it quits as he eyes the trans nzoia gubernatorial seat.
Despite his public resignation, Natembeya was immediately posted back to Nairobi headquarters where he will be operating for now.
Interior PS Karanja Kibicho has now revealed thar Natembeya's resignation is yet to be processed and that he has not been cleared yet. He noted that public servants need to obey the constitution and resign as required by the constitution. He warned them that the court can only give them temporary reprieve and that they are risking being cleared to run for office if they fail to resign in time.
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