Hustler Nation spokesman Dennis Itumbi sent a message to Chief Cabinet Secretary George Magoha earlier this morning. Dennis Itumbi is a close ally of the route and is a spokesman for the Kenya Kwanza Alliance. On Thursday, July 7, he sent a message to Magoha aimed at highlighting the plight of the teacher.
In the body of the message, Itumbi reports that teachers who participated in the national exam marking were not paid. He finds it very unfair to keep their posts so long. It is effective for quicker evaluation and publication of results, but the judges of each evaluation cycle must maintain their salary.
"Reward judges. It is unfair to withhold their tuition for too long. On the one hand, you want to be seen as efficient for the fastest grades and results, and on the other hand, the trial. Officials want to beg after each cycle. They need to beg for wages. " He also revealed that he had not contacted the Ministry of Education since the test results were announced.
He asked CS and insisted that testers with children would have to go to school next week. He asked CS to pay them when they trampled on each other. It pays their bills. He also wondered why they had to beg at all. "I haven't been contacted since the test results were announced. I'm trying to get the kids back to school. Please pay me next week and let Hustle process the invoice. Lakini, I need to ask. Is there? Actually? There? "He asked.
Elementary and junior high school students will return to school next week to start the next grade. The scheduled school year ends in December, which is the shortest, and after the turmoil caused by the corona pandemic, normal operation will begin in January 2022.
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