500 Job Vacancies listed by Nairobi County Government
- Nairobi County government lists 500 job vacancies
- Nairobi City hall to begin recruitment for more than 500 County officers to boost county workforce
- 200 million training budget set aside by the County Government for recruit officers training
500 Job Vacancies listed by City Hall
On the 12th of October 2021, the City hall of Nairobi allocated 180 Million Kenyan shillings as a budget for the forthcoming new Inspectorate agents recruitment locally known as the ‘Kanjo’ in Kenya. According to a report from the City Hall, the Nairobi county government is looking forward to hiring the new officers in different phases, and stages since the administration aims at having adequate agents and officers to deal with muggers, parking boys, petty offenders, and even hawkers in town. The Nairobi County administration also stated that 58 million was going to be spent on capacity building to issue out programmes for training.
The City Hall Financial report stated that the government will issue 500 vacancies for application in the coming year since the county seems to need more labor force. The work will probably boost the level of service delivery and immediate response whenever they are needed at the scene. The development plan submitted by the County government due 30th June 2023 states that the city hall will also introduce a 200 million training facility for the recruited county officers. The County administrators will also spend 100 million Kenyan shillings to offer the lower-cadre recruits uniforms and appropriate attire.
The training will be held at KPTC (Kiganjo Police Training College) as well as APTC (Administration Police Training College) located in Embakasi. The County council is looking forward to recruiting and introduce a new team of recruits that will be free from issues and cases of brutality, corruption, and unnecessary conflicts especially when engaging with local Mwananchi and heavily insisted on interactions, and engaging with hawkers. Kenyans are expected to start their applications as soon as possible. Kenyans expect the County Government to draft the application forms as soon as possible for the applications to begin and training to take off immediately as well for recruited members.