All is not well with members of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) and members Kenya Union of post-primary Education Teachers (KUPPET). The members have been left gnashing teeth after the Teacher Service Commission came up with the tough directive which has left teachers barefooted.
According to the sources, all teachers are required to embrace TPD. Where teachers are required to be undergoing training at a fee of six thousand per module. This move has aroused different reactions from teachers who are angered by the service.
Amid this discussion, Mwalimu Dida Kinuthia who is a former teacher and presidential aspirant has dropped a bombshell to teachers camp. Dida has alleged that he warned teachers who were celebrating when Sossion was chased. He has requested them to stop crying.
"I warned when teachers chased away Sossion like a dog. He was mocked when he cried for teachers. It is less than 2 months and results are already here. Cow and the butcher can never have an MoU. Yes, let teachers be trained afresh, even if it is for 39 years." Dida alleged.
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