The teachers are on with their plans to complete the syllabus ahead of closure of schools to mark the end of term three of the 2021 academic calendar.This will give the candidates ample time to tackle their national examinations with ease.
As teachers continue with their work,a teacher has landed in trouble after his viral post.According to a statement released by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations DCI today January 23rd,a teacher identified as Jeremiah Mwavuganga Samwel has been arrested after intensive investigations.The teacher allegedly posted that TSC CEO Dr Nancy Macharia had passed away.The 31 year old primary school teacher posted this fake information on his Facebook page.The teacher will have to spend the weekend behind the bars before being arraigned in court tomorrow to answer to the charges.
This information comes at a time when Kenyans are being warned against such fake posts in the social media platforms.The Government has however scaled up its efforts to apprehend such people.Teachers Updates has established this.
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