Natembeya told the newly recruited Assistant County Commissioners to carry themselves respectfully if they are to succeed in their new roles and ensure there is efficient service delivery to Mwananchi.
Natembeya specifically warned the commissioners against bedding local chiefs since it can easily lead to insubordination. According to Natembeya, when a county commissioner Beds a chief then it means he or she has lowered themselves to the level of the chief and the chief will have been elevated to the level of a commissioner thus there will be cases of insubordination.
He also warned them against taking advantage of civilians who need their help.
Natembeya's statements come a few months after Interior CS Fred Matiangi warned senior police officers against Chewing their juniors at work.
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