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3,100 interns recruited by the Public Service Commission under the Public Internship Programme have received appointment letters, to report to their work stations between 14th and 31st October 2019.


The interns underwent a three days induction at the Kasarani Sports Gymnasium to equip them with necessary knowledge that will help them adapt easily in the public service work environment.

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Cabinet Secretary for Information Communication and Technology Mr. Joe Mucheru, while officially closing the induction on Friday 11th October 2019 called for personal commitment, integrity, honesty and professionalism among the interns as they serve in the public service.

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Public Service Commission will monitor and evaluate the performance  of the interns during the 12 months period that they will be rendering their services in various MDAs and State Corporations.
This is the first group to be rolled out following government's allocation of 1 billion for the programme this financial year

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PSCKenya The chairman Mr Stephen Kirogo addressing the interns empathise on the commission focusing on the citizens and the interns should focus on serving the citizens should be their core role. #pscinternship2019 @PSCKenya @MoICTKenya @SDY_Ke @PSYGKenya @NYC_YouthVoice
08:53AM Oct 11