By Azania Post Reporter
Former Minister of State in the President's Office (Public Service Management and Good Governance), Angella Kairuki declared that verification of civil servants’ academic credentials was among tough obligation under her ruling in the ministry.
Kairuki who is a newly Minister of Minerals cited another challenge as integrating the work which were supposed to be done by three Ministers, and done by one minister.
She made a remark during the handing over of the office to newly Minister of State in the President's Office (Public Service Management and Good Governance), George Mkuchika in Dar es Salaam today.
“Despite of the difficulties, the countrywide verification exercise was succeeded, compared to other countries including India, Pakistan and South Africa which failed do it collectively like Tanzania, and conducted into phases instead,” she declared.
According to her, there were unfaithful officials in the implementation of the verification exercise who were defending the forgery and attempted to hide their information; urged the newly Minister to take a look on those kinds of officers.
“I was doing a work of three ministers, it was not easy task though it was good experience to me, in previously years there were Minister of Good Governance, Public Service has its minister, as well as minister Relations and Coordination,” she explained.