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PSC Commissioner Amb. Salma Ahmed has reiterated the importance of government entities embracing technology to ensure their services to the citizens are not affected by COVID- 19 restrictions.

She said this on the “Uchambuzi wa Swala Nyeti” programme of Pwani FM on Monday 19th July, 2021. 7.16 to 8.00am.

She stated that PSC has strived to ensure inclusivity of all marginalized tribes in all government appointments.

“PSC has slots for the marginalized groups and consider their applications strictly on merit,” she said.

Today 28.06.2021, the PSC Vice-Chairperson Ms Charity Kisotu presided over an inauguration ceremony for the selection panel for 5 members of the Teachers Service Commission at the Commission House. In attendance were TSC Chairman Dr. Jamleck Muturi, PSC Commissioners Amb. Salma Ahmed and Patrick Wamoto, Principal Administrative Secretary Office of the President, Mr. Kennedy Kihara and PSC CEO Mr. Simon Rotich Speaking at the event Ms Kisotu urged the panelists to carry out a free and fair exercise to nominate the best candidates for the task. She also assured the panelists of PSC full support as they undertake their mandate.

PSC Commissioner Amb. Patrick Wamoto today underscored the importance of the public service in the development of any country.

"Public Service is the cornerstone of any government program and work, especially in a developmental state like ours. The value of public service cannot be gainsaid. We're at the center of every activity of the government,” he said.

He was speaking on KTN News at 1.00 about the Public Service Day that is celebrated internationally on 23rd June every year.

The commissioner pointed out the successes and different programs that the Public Service Commission is undertaking to better service delivery.

He said that despite the challenges resulting from the Covid-19 Pandemic, the Commission became innovative, a move that allowed PSC to operate smoothly even when majority of government services were heavily affected.

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