Lawyer Ahmednassir Abdullahi blasts Murkomen, Kindiki for 'conducting duties meant for junior officers'
Grand Mullah now says the two CSs have been conducting duties which ideally are meant for junior staffers in their ministry, at the expense of pressing matters in the Kenya Kwanza administration.
Taking to social media, he said that this is an indication that the system is broken and Kenya is not delivering for the common man/woman.
"When you have two senior Cabinet Secretaries storming offices and work stations of clerks in their ministries and addressing mundane issues of driver's licences, logbooks, police clearance certificates, passports etc...issues routinely handled by entry level clerks in the ministries.
"It is never the job of a minister to address these pressing but trivial issues of Wanjiku," Grand Mullah said.
He claimed that there are several levels and in these levels there are people who are supposed to do what the CSs are doing.
"Ministers should ensure that the system works by ensuring that everyone in charge of the 15 levels between them and the clerks work. How can all the 15 levels fail in a ministry?" he added.
His criticism comes a day after Murkomen made an impromptu visit to the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) offices, and exposed the laxity in printing digital number plates for car owners.
Murkomen even made a call to one of the Kenyans who applied for the new plates and has not yet received them, promising to fast-track the process.
His Interior counterpart Kindiki has made trips to Nyayo House where the department of immigration prints passports. His visits came following heightened complaints on social media by Kenyans looking to travel out of the country and whose passports are being delayed.
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