No mischief in head count, Uhuru insists
02 September 2014, 09:42
Nairobi - There will be no discrimination of any type in the ongoing workers head count in the public service, president Uhuru Kenyatta has said.
The president has said that there should be no panic as envisioned amongst public servants that there will be discrimination in the process.
The process, which kicked off Monday, aims to streamline numbers at public service level.
" There will be no discrimination whatsoever, he said as he opened the process in Mombasa.
" We have to do this process for the good of the public service and I urge Kenyans to embrace it as much as they can, he added.
The president also took time to ask workers to do their best in their stations to increase functionality.
" We need our workers serving the country in the best way possible. If we increase efficiency, performance also rises and we improve as a country, he added.
The process is set to take two months and will end in late October.
Those not duly registered by the end of the process will be declared ghost workers and thrown out of the payroll system.
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