Public Service Commission Chairperson panelists on recruitment of the Auditor General Sammy Onyango(c)addressing media

The Government will re-publicize the post of Auditor-General as from seventeenth December 2019 due to the inability of the chose board to name three contender for arrangement.

The board considered applications from 70 people who had demonstrated enthusiasm for the position and continued to short rundown 17 candidates 15 of whom were men and 2 ladies.

Giving the status,Public Service Commission Chairman Stephen Kirogo said that the administration will give imminent candidates 14days to go after the job and applications will be substantial till 30th December 2019.

“A board for the choice of chosen people for arrangement as Auditor-General will be chosen not later than 14 days after the conclusion of the application window that is twelfth January 2020,” said Kirogo.

The Chair clarified that shortlisting and distribution of the chose competitors will be done inside 14 days and meetings of the chose candidates to be done inside 30 days.

“The arrangement of the Auditor-General will be done not later than the main seven day stretch of April 2020. Know that the Auditor-General assumes an essential job in Kenya’s Public Finance the executives thus the administration is resolved to optimizing the enrollment procedure,” included Kirogo

The Chairman of the Panel that was delegated to choose the chosen people for arrangement Sammy Onyango said that the board built up a paradigm to direct the meetings which ran somewhere in the range of 22nd and 25th of October 2019.

“In view of the criteria that we set, we were not able select the base three chosen people from the 17 as required by the Public Audit act,” said Onyango.

He included that the board was not just searching for the specialized capability of the candidates yet in addition the capacity to work in a joint effort with the three arms of the legislature.

“The meeting looks further into the individual and looks for one to maintain the freedom of the workplace and must have the discretion and politeness to deal with the obligations ahead,” said the Chair.

Onyango said that in spite of the fact that the workplace will stay empty, the day by day running of the workplace will proceed and the main thing that will be missing is the mark of the workplace holder.

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