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vet

(vĕt) Informal
n.
A veterinarian.
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There is no doubt that forces who have not vetted or re-vetted large numbers of their staff are subject to a vulnerability."
He said all new staff were vetted and that he hoped all force staff will have the correct vetting carried out "at some stage".
Omtatah opposed the bid by the government to set aside the orders saying an illegality will be committed if the officers are vetted while out of office.
The government wants all Judicial Service Commission nominees to be vetted by Parliament in a move that is likely to cause a fresh showdown with the Judiciary.
He got 16 votes against four for Justice Wanjiru Karanja.His consideration comes after the committee successfully vetted other nominees to the commission, which is in charge of recruiting judges and magistrates and also takes care of their welfare including those of judiciary employees.
JSC members must be vetted since they are not chosen through an election,' the Mumias East MP said.
Kavuludi says 4,347 police officers have been vetted so far and that 433 have failed.
When a CS is vetted into office, after some time the net worth is expected to rise rather than deep as it is with some of them.
PS nominees Nelson Marwa (Devolution), Julius Muia (Planning) will be vetted by the committee on Finance, Planning and Trade.
PS nominees Nelson Marwa (Devolution) and Julius Muia (Planning) will be vetted by the Committee on Finance, Planning and Trade.