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Unemployed Teachers Can Now Smile Following Good News From William Ruto's Government

Dr. William Samoei Arap Ruto during the campaign duration made many promises to aim to attract Kenyans to vote for him in the 9th of August general election. To several groups, Dr. William Samoei Arap Ruto pledged different good things, and the extent that some individuals allegedly started making jokes about him arguing that he won't fulfill any of those promises. It's fine, while it is a fact that some pledges may take quite longer than planned to be realized other promises like subsidizing fertilizer and swearing in the 6 Judges among several others have already been witnessed and now as we are speaking, unemployed teachers have been left smiling following the good news that came from President William Ruto's government.

In line with the Daily Nation newspaper, the teacher's service commission TSC is already in a discussion of recruiting 58,000 new teachers. That is going to fulfill Dr. William Samoei Arap Ruto's promise of employing 116,000 teachers in two years and if that comes to pass, then it will surely be the first largest employment of teachers in Kenya.

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