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Ruto Assures All Current Public Servants Their Jobs Are Secure If They Avoid Political Sides

Just few days after the chairperson Wefula Chebukati announced the president elect of the republic of Kenya as William Samoei Ruto despite the four electoral commissioners who claim that they were not involved in the whole process.

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Ruto while addressing all aspirants who were voted in various positions under the united democratic alliance in his home area at Karen said that they are ready for the task that is ahead of them.

Ruto has asked all public servants including the cabinet secretaries that they should concentrate on their task to the public and avoid taking any political sides. Ruto has also assured the public servants that their positions are secure.

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This has been of great relief to most public servants who were especially seen supporting the Azimio coalition throughout the campaign period. Kenyans are still asking if William Ruto will keep his word once he is sworn in as the fifth president of the republic of Kenya.

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