Uhuru Mourns Public Service Commission Boss

Public Service Commission building in Nairobi

President Uhuru Kenyatta has today Friday 14, May 2021 announced the death of Public Service Commission (PSC) Chairperson Stephen Kirogo.

Kerogo passed away earlier at the Nairobi hospital with the cause of his death yet to be disclosed.

Confirming the sad news from the state house, the head of state condoled with the deceased’s family while asking for God’s comfort in these trying times.

President Kenyatta also describe Kerogo as a polished gentleman and a refined administrator who enjoyed a brilliant administrative career stretching to over 30 years.

“It is sad that the cruel hand of death has robbed us of Mr Kirogo, a polished gentleman and refined administrator whose contribution to the transformation of our country’s public sector shall be sorely missed.

“Mr Kirogo enjoyed a stellar career as an administrator in the public service spanning over thirty years. It is his long experience and strong administrative credentials that enabled him to steer our Public Service Commission on a trajectory of growth,” the President mourned.

Public Service Commission Chair Stephen Kirogo

Before his rise to the Public Service Commission, Kerogo had served as a the Principal Administrative Secretary/Assistant Secretary to the Cabinet in the Presidency and Cabinet Affairs Office since 2012.

“As a country we shall always cherish Mr Kirogo’s contribution to our nation’s growth. I pray that God will comfort his family, relatives, friends, and indeed all Kenyans, at this trying moment,” President Kenyatta stated.

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