Photo courtesy of Governor Mutahi Kahiga
Nyeri County governor, H.E Mutahi Kahiga has raised an alarm to the general public over some fake Facebook accounts that are using the name tags Honorable Mutahi Kahiga, Mutahi Kahiga, or Hon Edward Mutahi Kahiga or Nyeri County Government in order to solicit money from Kenyans.
"Scam Alert! It has come to our attention that the above Facebook accounts are soliciting money on pretex of H.E Governor Mutahi Kahiga and the County Government of Nyeri. We urge the public to treat these accounts Fake and remain vigilant," Governor Mutahi Kahiga stated.
Addressing the general public via his authentified Facebook page, Kahiga termed such Facebook accounts a scam urging the general public to remain vigilant.
Kahiga maintained that only the Nyeri County Public Service Board (CPSB) is mandated to create job vacancies, advertise and employ well trained and qualified personnel.
The governor further articulated CPSB does not charge any fees in the recruitment exercises amongst them being, shortlisting and appointment of qualified individuals.
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