President William Ruto ignored his first order as the head of state in favor of creating more jobs for his allies.
Despite a court order forbidding the formation of the Chief Administrative Secretaries (CAS) jobs, the Public Service Commission (PSC) argued that the position announcement was still available and that the interviews would proceed as planned.
As a result, he urged everyone who might be interested to apply.
According to Rotich, the panel would forward the names of competent individuals to the President for appointment after conducting interviews and shortlisting people.
PSC asserted that the Law Society of Kenya's (LSK) lawsuit did not meet the criteria to revoke the CAS appointments. PSC is in charge of regulating civil servant hiring and has the authority to discontinue the public workers.
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