Teachers employed by the Board of Management can now breath a sigh of relief after KUPPET responding to their cries. KUPPET Secretary General Akello Misori has said that discussions are underway with the school principals to respect the rights of BOM teachers by not sacking them and paying them reasonable salaries.
Misori says that he has received many complaints from the Board of Management teachers about massive lay offs they are going through and says that they should not worry anymore because their cries have been heard. The fact is that BOM teachers determine the performance of school. Many of them go an extra mile in ensuring that the school performs well.
Akello Misori says that he has talked to school heads to not pay primary Bom teachers a salary of less than sh.10000 and those in secondary schools should not earn a salary of less than sh 15000. If the principals and school heads implement what they have agreed upon, then BOM teachers have all reasons to smile.
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