In an interview with The Chronicle, Public Service Commission deputy communications manager Mr Ethet Gambe said a committee has been set up to spearhead biometric registration of civil servants.
He however said Treasury is yet to release funds so that the biometric registration exercise can begin. Gambe did not give The Chronicle names or details on the composition of the committee saying it will be unveiled when the exercise kicks off.. Said Gambe:
A committee has been set up but treasury has not released any funds so it’s something that is on the table awaiting funding to kick off. Once funds are availed it will take off but we don’t know when they will release the funds.
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