- He said it would be wise for Mr Mandago to ensure the face of Kenya is reflected in his government.
- Kenya School of Government has been contracted to do the interviews for county executives and chief officers.
The battle for the county executive positions has intensified as newly-elected governors in the North Rift struggle to distribute the posts amid lobbying from various interested groups.
The focus has shifted to the 10 positions after the county assembly Speaker posts were filled last week.
Most governors are under pressure following intense lobbying by various players, who want to be considered for the positions.
In Uasin Gishu, the Eldoret Residents Association (ERA) want Governor Jackson Mandago to make his cabinet an all-inclusive one.
Addressing journalists in Eldoret town, the association chairman Richard Kemboi asked the county boss to ensure the CECs represent the diversity of the county.
The governor was accused in 2013 of filling the positions with the members from the dominant Kalenjin community.
“We hope that the governor will not renege on his pre-election promise by making all key appointments a preserve of only communities that voted for him in the concluded August polls,” said Mr Kemboi.
He said it would be wise for Mr Mandago to ensure the face of Kenya is reflected in his government so as not embarrass Deputy President William Ruto, who hails from the region.
“There is a lot of anxiety and fear among some county staff over the fate of their jobs for taking political stand during the concluded August election. We hope the governor will not fire them as they were exercising their democratic right,” added Kemboi