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Sunday, 17 August 2014

JUDGE DIRECTS COUNTY TO SOLVE CONTROVERSAL APPOINTMENTS



High Court Judge Mumbi Ngaru last week directed the Kajiado county public service board to solve 24 controversial appointments. She has urged stakeholders and policy-makers to solve the contentious matter. 

She made the ruling after 55 residents of Ewuaso Onking’oi and Keekonyokie wards in Kajiado who had demanded that the appointments be nullified claiming they had been discriminated against through unfair distribution of jobs. 

The residents were represented by Gideon Meyoki and Tinai Murete who claimed that the county government did not advertise the 24 vacancies but dished out 20 slots to Orok Mong’i clan while the remaining four slots were reserved for the Orok kiteng clan.