CS Aisha Jumwa has ordered the Public Service Commission to follow the Gender rule in the constitution before hiring. She is clear that all appointments in government agencies and Ministries must follow the two, 3rd gender rule.
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Jumwa has urged public and private institutions to follow gender rule as per the constitution because that's how Kenya can achieve progress. It's a fact that the president also followed gender principle when he nominated the Cabinet Secretaries.
Jumwa is clear that a country that doesn't respect gender lacks the moral Authority to govern. It's a fact that president Ruto made major commitments to women during campaigns and it's expected that such succeeds.
Jumwa is keen to leave a solid legacy in the Ministry of Gender and Public Service when her tenure comes to an end. As always, let's wait and see of whether government agencies will follow the Gender card in all their appointments as per the directive by the CS.
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