Trending news today. With 13, 510 workers, Nairobi has the most employees overall.
According to an audit conducted by the National Cohesion and Integration Commission, the majority of county employment are held by members of the Kalenjin group.
Kalenjins have taken up 15.83 percent of the 184, 876 positions in the 47 counties, according to the audit,
which aimed to determine ethnic diversity compliance in counties.
Kikuyu people have taken up 15.77 percent of jobs in Kalenjins, closely followed by Luhya (11.6 percent),
Luo (9.81 percent),
Kamba (8.88 percent),
Kisii (7.68 percent),
Meru (4.88 percent), and
Mijikenda (4.60 percent).
Commissioner Danvas Makori expressed concern over the shocking fact that 29 tribes only account for 1% of the jobs, stating it is not inclusive.
Wambui Nyutu noted that counties have made significant progress in employing women.
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53 percent of the 184, 876 employees overall, according to the report, are women.
We don’t disagree on the employment of women,” Nyutu continued.
With 13, 510 workers, Nairobi has the most, followed by Bungoma (6,477) and Kakamega (7,087).