Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji wants State officers facing charges to step aside until cases are dispensed.
Speaking on Citizen TV, Haji said leaving accused persons to continue holding offices hampers prosecution.
A number of national and county government officials, parastatal bosses, and Judiciary staff are facing various charges in court.
He said such officers can utilise government resources to intimidate witnesses ending up undermining the process.
Most of them are facing corruption and economic crimes charges while others have pending criminal cases.
“My concern is that most of the still remain in office and worse off is that we have orders allowing them to continue enjoying office perks.”
Haji further raised concerns over bail and conservatory orders given to suspects saying the management of the same is wanting.
High profile individuals facing serious charges include Migori Governor Okoth Obado and Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu.
NLC chairman Muhammad Swazuri is also in court on charges of fraud arising from flawed SGR compensation payout.
In the list are also parliamentarians, parastatal chiefs among others.
A number of the suspects have secured court orders allowing them to continue serving in their capacities.
Obado was bailed out in the murder, corruption and illegal guns possession cases he is facing.