Tribal disaster! See how one community has taken over KRA? Almost everyone working in KRA is from that community-Here is the full list of how tribes have shared senior jobs at KRA

Saturday July 6, 2019-Members of the Kikuyu community hold a firm grip at the Kenya Revenue Authority, holding almost half of the senior executive positions at KRA.

According to KRA’s own documents tabled before a Parliamentary committee, Kikuyus take over 38% of senior-level management — where key decisions on the country’s revenue measures are made.
The KRA is slowly turning into a Kikuyu affair contrary to Section 7 of the National Cohesion and Integration Act states: “No public establishment shall have more than one-third of its staff from the same ethnic community.”
Out of the 133 senior management positions, 50 are held by members of the Kikuyu community, translating to 37.59 per cent of that workforce.
This hiring leaves the remaining 83 slots to be shared among the remaining 41 Kenyan tribes.
Here is the full tribal distribution of jobs at KRA;-
Kikuyus 50
Luhyas 19
Luos 16
Kamba 13
Kisii 9
Kalenjin 8
Meru 4
Embu 2
Tharaka 1
Samburu 1
Maasai 1
Burji 1

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