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    Despite court orders, CAS positions are still open.

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    Applications for the job of Chief Administrative Secretary are still being accepted, according to the Public Service Commission.

    Simon Rotich, CEO of the Commission, released a statement reiterating that the job advert will continue to run.

    Contrary to popular opinion, the Commission has not canceled the advertisement for the position of Chief Administrative Secretary.

    Simon Rotich stated.

    The clarification came after the Employment and Labour Court halted moving forward with establishing the position of Chief Administrative Secretary in the public sector.

    According to LSK, the public was not given enough awareness of the potential conflict of interest between the Principal Secretary and the CAS because of the ambiguity surrounding the CAS’s intended position.

    Law Society of Kenya sought the injunction, and Judge Monica Mbaru granted it.

    LSK claimed that the salaries and other costs associated with CAS positions are a waste of taxpayer money.

    The case will be presented for hearing on October 24.

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