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"No Way" Teachers Say After Jobless Kenyans Ask Them to Leave IEBC Jobs for Them

Unemployment in Kenya has continued to claw and bite. Some would maintain that through unemployment Kenyans have witnessed an increase in fast-fingered thieves, true enough.

Today, teachers in Kenya have expressed frustration after being asked by the online community that they leave the IEBC jobs to unemployed Kenyans. It's quite clear that if they both go for the interview or rather take part in application teachers would end up getting the jobs because of their insurmountable qualifications.

The jobless lot now wants teachers to ease up the competition by stepping aside during the application process, a factor that would allow many of them to realize success.

However, this hasn't been warmly accepted by all teachers- with some endorsing the move while others disregarding it on the idea that the qualified applicant should get the jobs and never the other way round.

This desperation has certainly erupted out of the spread of Covid-19 which has led to the contraction of the economy.

According to reports by the Kenyan National Bureau of Statistics, the unemployment rate has kept increasing.

Images plated below highlight teachers reactions towards the IEBC jobs.

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