Former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga has urged Uhuru Kenyatta to ensure those who deserve positions are given them. He is clear today most public servants are in positions that they are not qualified for while those qualified are out.
Maraga is clear the president and all state agencies must look forward to employing civil servants who qualify in certain positions. He is clear the only way this country will change for the better is by having serious leadership that can move this country great strides.
Maraga wants president Uhuru Kenyatta to ensure the civil service does away with civil servants who are not qualified. He is clear it's proper if we put people who have earned this positions by merit to where they belong moving forward.
Maraga is highly concerned that some peope who are highly qualified are out of the job market and languishing in poverty while those with no qualifications are working. Maraga wants the government to consider more on one's qualification in job market as well audit others so that one can be placed to where they rightly belong.
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