There are many civil servants in Kenya and great disparity from the highest paid officer to Lowest Paid servants. Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) has been Mandated to harmonize salaries in Government jobs.
According to report by SRC seen , here are highest paid civil servants currently
1 President of Kenya– Being the highest in the Office she earns around ksh 1,750,000
2. Deputy President – Deputy president who currently takes home a pay of ksh 1,487,500. He is the second-highest executive official in the Kenyan government
3. Chief Justice – The head man in the Judiciary earns around ksh 1,380,351.
4. The attorney General – The Attorney General of Kenya is the head of the Kenyan State Law Office, the principal legal adviser to the government of Kenya. He takes home around ksh 1,095,019
5.The Speaker of The National Assembly – The Speaker is an ex-official Member of Parliament elected by other Members of Parliament pursuant to Article 106 of the Constitution. He takes Home ksh 1,400,000.
6. Cabinet Secretary – The Cabinet of Kenya is made up of the President, Deputy President, Attorney General and Cabinet Secretaries. The 2010 Constitution of Kenya allows a maximum of 22 ministries. A Cabinet Secretary is not a Member of the Kenyan Parliament and has to be vetted by a parliamentary committee before their appointment.He takes home ksh Sh 1,120,000
7. Chief of Defense Forces – He is the highest-ranking military officer in the Kenya Defence Forces and the principal military adviser to the President of Kenya and the National Security Council. He takes home ksh1,120,000.
8. County Governor – He is the head of devolved units in Kenya called counties. He earns ksh 1,111,673
9. The Auditor General – The Office of the Auditor-General of Kenya is an Independent Office established under the Constitution of Kenya to audit Government Bodies and report on their management of allocated funds.He takes home ksh 1,082,528 .
10. Judges of the Supreme Court – The Supreme Court of Kenya is the highest court in Kenya. It is established under Article 163 of the Kenyan Constitution. It’s judges take home ksh1,082,528