Kenya’s Parliament begins search for Sialai’s Replacement

The Parliamentary Service Commission has issued an invitation to candidates for the job of Clerk of the National Assembly, which will succeed Michael Sialai.
Sialai, who was appointed in January 2017, will step down once he reaches the age of retirement, which is 60 years old.
PSC Secretary Jeremiah Nyegenye stated in an article in today’s newspapers that suitable applicants should submit their applications by February 21, 2022.
He went on to say that the selected applicant will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the National Assembly as well as the implementation of the PSC’s decisions concerning the National Assembly.

The PSC Secretary says applicants should be a Kenyan citizen who holds a degree from a university recognized in Kenya and has at least ten years proven experience in senior management and leadership position in public affairs.

“The applicant must demonstrate flair and good understanding of parliament practice and procedures, and meet the requirements of leadership and integrity as prescribed in Chapter Six of the Constitution,” said Nyegenye.

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