The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President Nelson Havi has now vowed to challenge TSC over its new orders to all teachers. This is following a retraction his stand earlier made concerning the orders to the teachers. TSC had a instructed all teachers to enroll in a new training to upgrade their skills.
Havi says he is willing to defend teachers for the sake of parents, who according to him will bear the brunt of the wrangles between the two conflicting parties. Havi says that he will do it in honour of his late parents who were great teachers.
Havi had earlier blamed teachers and promised to leave them on their own. He had cited their abandoning of former KNUT Secretary General, Wilson Sossion. He accused them of letting TSC 'fight' Sossion under their watch and asked them to pay the price by themselves.
According to the Teachers Service Commission, all teachers need to undergo special training after every five years in selected institutions to renew their teaching licenses.
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