President Ruto promised that he employs more teachers in his government to ensure that there are smooth transitions of education from primary level to junior secondary school. However, TSC CEO Nancy Macharia makes a major announcement ahead of the teachers' recruitment exercise which is scheduled to begin early next week. She alleges that the TSC scoresheet will give priority to those who have old age and those who graduated a long time.
She alleges that the system will award 25 marks to teachers who are aged 50 years as soon as they appear for the interview. She alleges that this move is to ensure that they employ all the teachers before hitting retirement age.
This incident happened after the parliament questioned the TSC board concerning the employment procedure. According to Tindiret MP, she revealed that some teachers stay for a long time without being employed.
"The person who graduated in 2009 should have advantage over those who graduated in 2012 or 2016. Your tool has discrepancies,” the Tinderet MP.
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