CAS Candidates Interview Kicks Off

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The Public Service Commission (PSC) on Wednesday, 1 March kicked off interviews for the Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) positions.

The 240 shortlisted candidates will each appear before the panel for 30 minutes in the next five days to explain and justify why they should be picked for the job.

They will be appearing between 8:30am -3:30pm, at the Commission’s office in Harambee Avenue.

According to PSC, the CAS posts attracted a total of 4,000 applicants while available slots are only 22.

The candidates are expected to forward original copies of academic and professional certificates and transcripts and valid clearances from the Kenya revenue authority, higher education loans board, registered credit reference bureau, and police clearance certificate.

They are also expected to have a printed online self-declaration application acknowledgment receipt or a self-declaration form duly stamped by the EACC.

“Candidates should bring originals of academic and professional certificates and transcripts and valid clearances from the Kenya revenue authority, higher education loans board, registered credit reference bureau, and police clearance certificate,” a notice from the Commission reads.

Some of the people expected to face the panel include; Dennis Itumbi, Isaac Mwaura, former Kenya National Union of Teachers Secretary General Wilson Sossion, former Samburu Governor Moses Lenolkulal, former Narok Deputy Governor Evalyn Aruasa, Thomas Letangule, Charles Njagua, Margaret Wanjiru and Fred Seghor.

BY MARGARET MUGO

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