Hope for Kisii staff who have gone without pay for two years
SEE ALSO :Ongwae moves key officers in reshuffleThe Standard has further established that majority of those yet to be placed on payroll are working with the County Enforcement Department as clerical officers in various sub-county and ward offices. A year ago, governor Ongwae launched a staff headcount exercise that was aimed at managing the wage bill by cleansing the payroll of ghost workers. The Kisii County Assembly is, however, yet to debate the report and it is not clear at what stage it got stuck. Three months ago, Assembly Speaker David Kombo had promised to have the report tabled. In the previous interview with The Standard, Kombo had promised to have a discussion with governor Ongwae to have the report ready for debate.
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