The ministry of education suffers a big blow as the teachers' union deliver this message a head of National Examinations. Actually teachers in this country have two major unions which usually fight for their rights, which are Kenya National Union Of Teachers (KNUT) and Kenya Union Of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET).
With this regard the ministry of education has now suffered a big blow as the teachers' union deliver this message a head of the National Examination in this country. Speaking in Njoro Sub-County during the annual meeting involving teachers' representative in Nakuru on Saturday 26th November 2022, KUPPET Deputy Secretary-General , Moses Thuranira underscored the government to prioritize teachers' concerns to avert the disruption of National Examinations. KUPPET revealed that teachers will be forced to go on strike a head of KCSE, KCPE and Grade 6 Examinations. This sounds as bad news especially to the ministry of education.
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