• His sentiments comes days after Public Service Commission shortilisted 477 names for the post of Principal Secretary to serve in President William Ruto’s administration.
• There were 9,154 applicants for the position.
Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi has said that politicians who failed in the last regime and lost in the August 9, polls, should not be be employed as Principle Secretaries.
In a statement on Saturday, Ahmednasir said that leaders rejected by voters should not be in government.
"Failed politicians rejected and found unfit for public office in the August elections by voters should not be employed as Principal Secretaries in ministries," he said.
His sentiments comes days after Public Service Commission shortlisted 477 names for the post of Principal Secretary to serve in President William Ruto’s administration.
There were 9,154 applicants for the position.
PSC announced the interviews for Principal Secretaries' positions will be held from October 12 to October 22.
Shortlisted applicants were published in the print media on Friday October 7.
Kenya Kwanza administration will have 49 Principal Secretaries who will each head a state department in the 22 ministries.
Six ministries - Mining, Trade, Education, Lands, Roads and Interior - will each have three Principal Secretaries.
The Ministry of Defence will have only one PS.
Some of the notable names shorlisted includes Former Narok Governor Samuel Tunai, former Langata MP Nixon Korir, Former nominated MP Isaac Mwaura among others.
Among the 477 potential candidates are the current principal secretaries and former legislators.
They are Charles Hinga, Andrew Tuimur, Chris Kiptoo, Jerome Ochieng, Saitoti Torome, Belio Kipsang and Kevit Desai.
Others are Zeinab Hussein, Julius Jwan, Margaret Mwakima, Fred Segor and Esther Koimett.