LIST OF KENYAN TRIBES THAT ARE ONLY EMPLOYED IN STATE HOUSE
The Public Service Commission released a Provisional report that showed the percentage ratio of employees in Kenya’s State House and the Office of the Deputy President come from two tribes, from the 42+1 tribes in the country.
60% of employees in State House, for example, are from the Kikuyu and Kalenjin communities. Out of the 654 employees, 297 or 45.4
per cent are Kikuyus. They are followed by the Kalenjin whose number is 96 or 15 percent of State House workforce.
It is not any different in the office of the Deputy President Mr. William Ruto whereby 51 per
cent of the 310 jobs are shared among the Kikuyus, Kalenjins and Luhyas at 54 apiece.
Uhuru’s Cabinet is majorly made up of his tribesmen at 35 percent.
Here are the tribes that have no single employee on State House payroll as listed below.