Former member parliament for Mumias East Benjamin Washiali said that it was a great mistake for teachers to remove former KNUT secretary general Wilson Session from power, while addressing the media yesterday at his residential place in Mumias, he stated that now the government has found ways of mistreating the teacher. The government has done this by introducing many things that are not favouring the teachers.
He stated while In mumias yesterday that Wilson session was always leading a fighting role to ensure that the rights of the teachers are not exploited by the government, because teachers are not being favoured by the government when it comes to their working conditions and terms which governs their work. The government is making life difficult for teachers by wanting that they should go back to university for a five year training so that they can adapt with the new system of education that has been implemented.
He continued yesterday while he was with the media that government proposal for teachers to go back to the universities for further training will not favour many teachers, this is because some of the teachers have reached retirement age, therefore going back to universities for training Wii not favour them. How the new system works is very different from the previous system and therefore the government needs teachers to go back for further training.
The former member of parliament for Mumias east showed his concern yesterday while addressing the media by stating that Wilson Session was never silent in such circumstances but the new KNUT leader is silent over the matter. How will the teachers be helped? Who will fight for them? These are some of the questions that many teachers are asking themselves.
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