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Itumbi, Jaguar face panel for CAS jobs

Former State House digital director Dennis Itumbi and former Starehe MP Charles Njagua Kanyi are among 48 candidates that will face the Public Service Commission (PSC) on Wednesday for the Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) positions.

According to PSC, they are expected to interview 48 candidates per day, so as to finish interviewing all 240 candidates in 5 days.

Each applicant who was shortlisted is allocated 30 minutes for the PSC interviews that started on Wednesday morning at Harambee House and will run until 3:30pm.

“The shortlisted candidates will be interviewed at the Public Service Commission, off Harambee Avenue Nairobi,” PSC said in a public notice of the interview schedule.

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According to PSC, the CAS posts attracted a total of 4,000 applicants and will see all 240 candidates fighting for only available 22 CAS slots.

Those appearing on Wednesday include former Samburu Governor Moses Lenolkulal, former Narok Deputy Governor Evalyn Aruasa, former Knut Secretary General Wilson Sossion, former nominated seaator Isaac Mwaura, Thomas Letangule and former Starehe MP Bishop Margaret Wanjiru.

Also in the list is Peninah Karimi Mwenda, Sandra Diana Kimama, Susan Kajuju Laimaru, Catherine Wanjiku Waruguru, Daniel Wamahiu Kiongo, John Githinji Nduru, Lucy Mihiuko Muchoki and Martin Wachira Maina Keen.

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Others in day one of the interviews include Rose M Ndegwa Githu, Elly Stephen Loldepe, Lekisaat Seina, Sophia Lepuchirit and Emily A. Ogolla Odiwuor.

“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 PSC reads in part.

Candidates are also required to bring a printed online self-declaration application acknowledgment receipt or a self-declaration form duly stamped by the EACC.

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