President William Ruto has given rewards to individuals who have aided him to win photo

The Public Service Commission's Office of Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) has been suspended by the Employment and Labor Relations Court (PSC).

The Law Society of Kenya contested the constitutionality of the PSC's determination to designate the CAS post in a petition, and the order was made in response.

A few generals are holding out hope to be selected for a chief administrative secretary (CAS) and ambassadorial leadership roles after missing Cabinet positions and being on the shortlist for principal secretary jobs, for which interviews began yesterday. 


President William Ruto has given rewards to individuals who have aided him to win.

They include Johnson Muthama, head of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA), the chief of the regime. In the Ukambani area, Mr. Muthama operated as Dr. Ruto's point person.


Others are Prof David Ndii, the head of President Ruto’s economic advisory team, former Turkana governor Josphat Nanok, former Mumias East MP Benjamin Washiali, former Sports Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa, former Soy MP Caleb Kositany, former Migori governor Okoth Obado, and former Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala.

Mike Sonko, a former governor of Nairobi, Cate Waruguru, a former representative from Laikipia, Omar Hassan, a former senator from Mombasa, Katoo Ole Metito, a former representative from Kajiado South, Bishop Margaret Wanjiru, and Millicent Omanga, a former representative from Nairobi, are also optimistic to get posts.



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