Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) secretary general has today retract strike notice that he issued last week. KNUT had issued as strike notice to teachers service commission because of collapse of 2021-2025 collective bargaining agreement talks.
KNUT had slammed TSC for frustrating teachers and had vowed to mobilize its members for industrial actions come next when 14 days lapses
However, it is now good news to many parents and students as Knut has withdraw strike notice and this means that no disruption will again face education sector. He says that he decided to withdraw teachers strike notice after Salaries and Renumeration Commission intervened saying the new pay deal will start once job evaluation is completed.
This is enormous relief to teachers as they are now assured of salary increase in July when new financial year begins. It is good news to parents as their fear of further disruption of learning has now been addressed and their children will be able to continue with their studies without any disruption.
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