Somalis in Kenya take up 4.3% of plums jobs in the civil service

Ethnic Somalis occupy 4.3% of the top management positions in Kenya’s civil service making them among the top ten communities occupying senior government positions.

A report release by the Public Service Minister Margaret Kobia notes that out of the 416 plum jobs in the civil service, Somalis hold 17 of them. Majority of the jobs are held by the big three tribes- Kikuyu, Kalenjin and Luo which take over 200 jobs.

The report further indicates that six major tribes occupy 80% of all public service jobs leaving the rest of the communities to share the remaining positions.

|| Warbaahinta WidhWidh Online News Desk ||

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