Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers has been demanding for their salary Increment for the last two years where negotiations and agreements have been on-going. Speaking to the media houses, KUPPET was at the climax of its agreements and the teachers were almost getting what they deserve.
Salary and Remuneration Commission (SRC), have the stopped the on-going discussion on this issue and have demanded that the negotiations stop right away.
The teachers and leaders who have been part of the consensus are angry over this issue and have continued to ask SRC to step aside from their disputes and interests. Teachers have continued to say that they deserve a salary increment due to their effortless hardwork. They have gone ahead to state that they go through tough times in their work environments and this demands for hardship allowances.
This discussion has them pleading KNEC to also fasten their operations and ensure that they make payments to the teachers who spared their time and invigilated for national examinations even during difficult times of COVID-19.
KUPPET teachers are still hoping that their effort and hardwork will bear fruits even with a lot of barriers that are currently in place.
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