- A number of county governments have suspended or sacked workers.
- He warned corrupt staff that their days were numbered and that they would not be allowed to work in Nairobi County.
Nairobi County Governor Mike Sonko has said he will not sack any county staff inherited from the previous regime, but warned that those found to be corrupt will not be spared.
Addressing journalists on Tuesday at City Hall, Mr Sonko said his administration would not victimise any worker on the basis of who they supported during the General Election.
“In many counties workers have been fired but we will not do that here in Nairobi. Let us stop sacking workers just to settle political vendetta,” said the governor.
A number of county governments have suspended or sacked workers.
Mr Sonko asked the governors to respect rights of workers and only sack those who are corrupt.
“I have retained the employees and even the guy who was preparing tea for Mr Kidero is still working for me. Even the typists and receptionists,” he said.