Teachers play key roles in our society today as they are impart knowledge and skills to the pupils and students in different schools for them to be great men and women in the near future.
Mumias East member of parliament Hon. Benjamin Washiali has blamed the teachers for fighting the former Secretary General of Kenya national union of teachers (KNUT) Hon. Wilson Sossion and replacing him with Collins Oyuu. Hon. Washiali made the remarks while attending a burial ceremony in Mumias East whereby he said Sossion was championing the social welfare of the Kenyan teachers against the government exploitation.
The government lawmamkers also opposed the TSC move of having plans to retrain teachers so as to acquire skills and knowledge on how to handle the competency based curriculum (cbc).
In conclusion, the source of this information is from Radio Citizen and the news reporter is Christine Ojiambo. The news are of today 3/10/21 at 6:00 am.
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