President Uhuru Kenyatta announced that the Executive branch of the government will be taking voluntary pay cuts.
How Uhuru's salary will be looking after taking pay cut
How Uhuru's payslip will look like after 80pc pay cut
Addressing the nation on Wednesday, President Kenyatta stated that deputy William Ruto and himself will take an 80% pay cut as the country grapples with the Covid-19.
Cabinet Secretaries and Chief Administrative Secretaries will take a 30 per cent pay cut.
Principal Secretaries have not been spared as they will be taking a 20 per cent reduction in their pay.
How much will they earn
If Uhuru takes a pay cut, he will earn slightly above Ksh280,000 compared to Ksh1.44 million which he earns monthly.
DP Ruto currently takes home pay of Ksh1.22 million but after taking the pay cut he will receive a little over Ksh240,000.
As for CSs they will be earning slightly above Ksh640,000 compared to the Ksh924,000 they earn per month.
A Principal Secretary currently earns Ksh765,000, according to the Salaries and Remuneration Commission, after taking the 20 per cent pay cut they will take home about Ksh610,000.
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