Following the complains which has been raised by the teachers of Kericho and especially the ECDE teachers due to welfare related issues in the county,the county government has decided to sort the issues so as to make their teachers comfortable and hence it will help in pushing forward the education sector in the county.
Earlier today,the deputy governor of Kericho county Lily Ng'ok together with the Kericho county governor Aoron Cheruiyot held a meeting with the Senate standing committee on labour and social welfare led by it's chairman Jhonstones sakaja.
The members of the committee visited Kericho county to deliberate on the petition concerning the recruitment of more ECDE teachers in the county as well as handle other welfare related issues Of ECDE teachers in the county.
The good news to the teachers of Kericho is that the deliberations were successful and that the plans to improve welfare related issues and renumeration are already on course.
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