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Kenyans React To Itumbi's Tweet Tagging CS George Magoha

Today, Dennis Itumbi, one of Kenya's well-known social media stars, tweeted on his twitter profile, "Dear CS Magoha." Paying examiners To withhold their payments for this long is unfair. Examiners must beg for their salary after each marking cycle, which is counterproductive because you want the quickest marking and results. Must they beg, Lakini?Tweeted Msuko, "The issues that the teachers' union Knut and Kuppet might be fighting for their constituents, but instead, let's support Azimio. Their top aim is that, and they anticipate that teachers will take their advice and support Raila."Jose tweeted, "This time round I boycotted, you can imagine marking under very pathetic conditions and you beg for the payments months later. You're paid fixed amount six months later when the inflation has completely diminished the amount paid. Payment should reflect inflation."Siloba tweeted, "I am one of the teachers who invigilated KCPE at Mosine primary school, Nandi county, Nandi East sub county. But I have never received my pay. I have conducted them via their tweeter But all in vain."Colin tweeted, "Now he's telling private schools to implement CBC, then after a while he will render them irrelevant and actively promote the public schools and condemn the private ones, as if the private ones are not enterprises owned by taxpaying Kenyans!"

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Dennis Itumbi Kenyans Knut and Kuppet Lakini


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