Teachers employed by the Teachers Service Commission have expressed disappointment from KNUT Secretary General Mr. Collins Oyuu. In various teachers' groups, teachers say that when Oyuu took over from Wilson Sossion about three months ago, nothing fruitful has come out of KNUT. They say that Sossion was better than Oyuu and that Oyuu is being manipulated by TSC to suppress teachers.
The teachers say that they will start a motion to have Oyuu ejected from KNUT offices for failure to serve teachers. They have termed the Kenya National Union of Teachers Secretary as a coward, unreliable and easy to manipulate. They link this to a non-monetary Collective Bargaining Agreement signed by Oyuu some months ago. They say that the non-monetary CBA is non-beneficial to teachers.
Another incidence where they feel let down is when Oyuu failed to protect teachers who agitated for the abolishment of medical schemes. The agitators were arrested and transferred from their current stations but Oyuu kept quiet over it.
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