The judge of Employment and Labour Relations Nduma Nderi strongly defended his decision to award teachers 50 to 60 percentage Increment in 2015, maintaining that his decision helped stop the teachers numerous strikes.
Nduma Nderi was being interviewed for the chief justice before the panel of nine judicial service Commission Members. His decision only implemented what had been agreed and negotiated by the parties before the SRC stepped in.
Nderi said most teachers were earning less than Ksh 30,000 while others earned sh 15,00 monthly.
He told the commission,"I believe were it not for that decision the situation of teachers would have not have changed. Today all teachers got between 50 - 60 per cent pay rise which is what I had initially ruled."
Justice Nduma Nderi made teachers very happy over whatever he did. Let's keep safe and follow the ministry of health guidelines.
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