Meru County census committee successfully managed to mark all the written examination papers done by applicants seeking to be deployed as ICT supervisors during the August population census.
Chairing the session on behalf of County Commissioner, Allan Machari, Assistant County Commissioner, Katonon Walter commended committee members for abandoning personal interest to carry out a credible and transparent exercise.
The committee is set to carry out oral interviews for the over 160 candidates who met the required mandatory threshold during the written examination papers marking, to get the 76 ICT supervisors required in the eleven sub-counties.
Katonon said after the 76 men and women had been identified, each sub-county would be allocated the number required to spearhead the national exercise starting with training content supervisors.
He said county census committee members will not relax after identifying and deploying ICT supervisors to the sub-counties. “They will continue to be responsible of all process to the very end where the county will be able to submit the final results of the national exercise to the national team as scheduled,” he stressed.
The 15 member committee was divided into three panels to be able to handle the over 160 candidates within the shortest time possible along with delivering the required results.
On claims that some candidates were barred from doing the written examination Friday, Katonon said all candidates who followed instructions were taken care of.
By Makaa Margaret