Kisumu County Government has defended the latest payment mode where all county government staff are required to present documentation to access their January salary.
The County Governor Jack Ranguma said the move is aimed at eliminating ghost workers who continue to fleece the county millions of shillings.
Ranguma said the County Government is now embarking on the second audit of its human resource after the National Government conducted an audit of the pay roll for its workers.
Speaking to Kisumu News after meeting health workers who were against the mode of payment, the governor said he reached a consensus with the health workers that the step taken was meant mainly to weed out ghost workers
Ranguma says no county staff should feel suspicious about the new mode of payment noting that it would ensure the correct number of staff is paid.
He announced that since the exercise commenced, they have been able to detect an anomaly where salary had been paid to a staff who died a year ago.
The county had designated centers where county staff were required to present their national identity card, first letter of appointment, current letter of appointment and latest copy of salary slip to be able to receive their January salary.
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