William Ruto, the President of Kenya, disregarded his first directive as leader in order to give his loyalists additional government jobs.
The Public Service Commission (PSC) has maintained that the advertisement is still available and the interviews would continue as scheduled, notwithstanding a court injunction imposed against the formation of the Chief Administrative Secretaries (CAS) positions.
CEO of the PSC, Simon Rotich, reasoned against the lawsuit brought by the Law Society of Kenya, emphasizing that the procedure had been open to public involvement.
Consequently, he urged potential candidates to send in their applications.
Rotich continued by saying that the panel will create a shortlist, conduct interviews, and then make recommendations to the President for appointments.
The Public Service Commission (PSC), which is responsible for monitoring government employee hiring, contended that the Law Society of Kenya’s (LSK) lawsuit did not warrant revoking the CAS appointments.