Public Servants urged to serve the public diligently

Public servants have been asked to discharge their duties with professionalism and work diligently while upholding integrity in rendering services to the public.

Christians from Maua in Meru County urged the Members of the National Assembly to prioritize integrity of the individuals during the vetting process of the Cabinet Secretaries. The call comes after President Ruto announced the nominees to his cabinet, and the shortlisting of the principal secretaries.

Speaking at Mwangaza prayer centre during a prayer and fasting session, the worshippers noted that there was need for God fearing people to be allowed to serve in government.

“The office or the position you have been given. We hope you will diligently perform your duties and God will lead you,” Pastor Fred Mutethia said.

As Kenyans await to have the names tabled in Parliament for vetting, Gladys Kigunda remarked, “We are praying and hoping the public servants will obey and respect God. For us to have peace and for our nation to prosper.”

It is expected that the Public officials will approach their duties with seriousness and commitment at all times while at the same time adhere to the Chapter six of the constitution on Leadership and Integrity.



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