Gachagua to Fire Chiefs Over Laxity

Gachagua to Fire Chiefs Over Laxity

Gachagua to Fire Chiefs Over Laxity

The administration will dismiss 100 state officials by Christmas, according to Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua. Most of the names on the list are chiefs who are unable to control the sale and distribution of illegal alcohol.Speaking at a church service in Nandi County, The DP disclosed that 10-15 of the 100 civil servants targeted for termination will be from Nandi County.

The DP stated, “I want to fire roughly 100 chiefs before Christmas throughout the entire country so that they can set an example for others who aren’t working.He clarified that he, Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki, and Principal Secretary Raymond Omollo had already decided on some of the persons to be fired.

According to Gachagua, the list will be complete by December 12 so that the mass firing can start. He warned the Nandi Chiefs, saying, “I love chiefs, but I love the young people more.”

He said that although the sale of illicit alcohol in Nandi County has decreased by 70%, he urged the County Commissioner not to let up until it was entirely abolished.”County Commissioner, can you call your chiefs and your village elders and agree,” he said.The Deputy President requested assistance from the clergy from National Government Administrative Officers (NGAOs). Samson Cherargei, a senator from Nandi, accused some NGAOs of encouraging the sale of illegal alcohol, prompting Gachagua to issue an ultimatum to chiefs.

In Kenya, especially in the Mt. Kenya region and more lately in the Rift Valley, the Deputy President has been at the vanguard of the campaign against illicit brew.Gachagua clarified that he focused his attention on the two areas since, in his opinion, they are the most affected. Gachagua told Rift Valley police personnel in May of this year that failure to stop the sale of illegal alcohol and narcotics could result in their dismissal.

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