Kenyans React Bitterly After Government Issues Stern Warning To All Civil Servants Without Covid Jab
Kenyans have Reacted Bitterly to the head of state after Uhuru government threatens Civil servants to loss their salaries and allowances after Monday, August 23 if they do not get vaccinated. The directive came from the Head of Public Service Commission (PSC) Joseph Kinyua considered the engine of the Presidency.
Principal Secretary for Public Service Mary Wanjira Kimonye who was sworn in at State House, Nairobi on Friday, February 28 2020.PSCU Mrs Mary Kimonye is the Principal administive secretary state department for public service In the ministry of public service youth and gender.
Service to the public servant officials who have not received their first vaccination by the deadline risk losing their pay, benefits, and allowances, according to Mary Kimonye. They could potentially be ejected from their workplaces. All public officials must be vaccinated by August 23 or face disciplinary action, according to the Head of Public Service, Joseph Kinyua.
The Government of Kenya has directed all civil servants across the country to resume work days after President Uhuru's directive on gradual reopening of the economy. When Covid19 pandemic stroke Kenya, most of the public servants were instructed to stay home only essential service providers were left to in the office. Recently, President Uhuru Kenyatta lifted lockdown and directed public sector to resume as the country under goes first phase of gradual reopening of the economy. Speaking on Friday 10, PS Mary
PS Mary Kimonye. Photo: Twitter All civil servants that also includes teachers are set to miss out on their salaries and allowances if they do not get vaccinated by Monday, August 23, deadline. This was announced by Head of Public Service Commission (PSC) Joseph Kinyua considered the engine of the Presidency.
Huduma Centres countrywide reopened Monday with government mulling over moving door-to-door to take essential services to the homes of people aged over 58 years to prevent them from contracting the deadly corona virus. Public Service and Gender Principal Administrative Secretary Ms Mary Kimonye said citizens in the age bracket seeking services at the centres must be served within 10 minutes to minimize exposure. Speaking after visiting the Meru centre, Ms Kimonye noted that some pensioners were not aware of
Below are some of the updates from the Ministry of Education and other related news on education. Check out. 1. Over 4,000 learners in Isiolo county yet to report to school almost 10 days into the new term During an inspection tour in MCK St Paul Kiwanjani Sec school and Wabera primary in Isiolo, Public Service PS Mary Kimonye noted that only 91% and 86% of learners in primary and secondary schools have reported back to schools in the entire county. Kimonye asked the local chiefs to help in tracing the learners
In yet another determination by the Government to boost the Economy, the President through the PS for State Department for Public Service M/s Mary Kimonye has directed all Civil Servants to report back to duty. They still have to adhere to directives set by the Government on controlling the spreading of COVID-19 Pandemic while performing their duties. They have been working from home. This indeed is good news considering the fact that they have been out of Offices for more than 4 months. They are drivers of
As things are running hot in Kirinyaga, and governor is hitting back after an attempt to be removed from her office backfired, president uhuru Kenyatta has taken an initiative to bring peace back in governance of Kirinyaga county. The president has taken this action after looking things into another dimension and seeing that peace and reconciliation will be the only solution to this county hence he has appointment a panel that will see this process through and successful. However, Mary Kimonye, Ministry of Public
Water Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki is on the spot for misappropriation of funds after her named was dragged into questionable expenses revolving around the National Youth Service, NYS. According to a report by the Standard, Karikuki's name was mentioned yesterday during a meeting of the Public Accounts Committee, where she was accused of not only using Ksh 2.3million to hire toilets and catering services but also using an helicopter hired for Ksh 7.7 million to drop her at the Windsor Hotel for a private
The introduction of Huduma Centres was one of the greatest milestones by the Jubilee administration . This has since reduced the long wait in public offices as well as reducing corruption in a significant figure. The PS , public service Ms Mary Kimonye has announced that the Huduma centre services can only be accessed through prior booking of appointment, which aims at reducing the long queues at the centres , as well as ensuring quality services to their clients . “The government is committed to offering
A question we need to ask, will the country ever have a system in place that will run without any problem?What does this say about the new Nairobi BRT buses system?
The Public Service Principal Secretary, Mary Kimonye has revealed that all government services at any Huduma Centre in the country will be by appointment. The piloting project is already underway at Nairobi GPO. All government services will be through the new system across the country to reduce congestion at the centres. The services include application for birth and death certificates, renewal of driving licences, registration of NHIF and National Social Security Fund cards, police abstracts and HELB loans.
Pressure Amounts Gov Waiguru To Withdraw The List Of People Proposed As The Reconciliation Committee
Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru has withdrawn the list of people she had proposed to constitute the reconciliation committee. This comes moment after Archbishop Antony Muheria said that he wasn't consulted before the proposed names were approved. PS Mary Kimonye on the other hand declined the appointment stating that she is constrained to be part of the process and she left the county over 30yrs ago via marriage and issues of Kirinyaga are best sorted by Kirinyagans The Advocate Ndegwa Njiru that was representing
In an effort to fast track Government Services, the President through the PS for State Department for Public Service M/s Mary Kimonye has directed Huduma Centres to reopen. They will have to observe directives on controlling the spreading of the CORONA VIRUS Pandemic. They have been working from home. The Officers working here will find lots of pending works in their in trays. They may be forced to work extra time and possibly during weekends to fast track Government Services that are pending. Huduma Centres