Shadrack and Akello Njuguna, residents of a small district in Nairobi province, married in 2010 after years of dating. Shadrack worked as an engineer in the city and Akello took a job as a receptionist at a local clinic. After their first child, Zahra, was born in 2012, they decided that Akello would quit her job to stay home with their children.
There was drama in Ugandan after a councilor allied to Bobi Wine showed up in the county parliament chained and also protesting what he termed as unlawful swearing-in of the new councilors by the speakers. The swearing-in was forced to adjourn for a while after efforts to have him unchain himself failed to happen.
Secondary school Teachers today have new National excutive officers following an online election that was done through zoom.All the incumbent officials retained their seats in what many observers see as a well ocastrated scheme to lock out 'outsiders'.
Esther Akoth , Akothee has always been seen in body revealing clothes , it's a tradition to see her in short skirts , shorts , bikini and such like . She is the one lady who doesn't shy from showing off her flawless body and her fans usually drool over it . Akothee was in a dramatic scene blocked from accessing parliament buildings after she appeared in her usual mode of dressing which was indecent following the building's ethics . Akothee's has for once surprised her fans after she stepped out in extra official
Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) has today urged the national government to employ early childhood development teachers instead of them being employed by county government.
Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers is a Union that was created in 1985 that is used to fight for teachers needs.Photo of the Secretary General of KUPPET.Today on KTN News they have reported that KUPPET is demanding an increase in some allowance from KNEC.
The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, has set agreed to set fresh dates for Diploma teachers' promotion interviews after an outcry from the teachers.This emerged since some are involved in the marking of the just concluded KCSE Examinations.These teachers can now breath a sigh of relief after Kuppet intervened and convinced TSC to push the exercise to a further appropriate dates.
Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has announced 1000 job vacancies for Diploma Teachers.This has been received as good news to 3,800 teachers in Secondary schools who are set to compete for promotion posts. Most of the teachers with Diploma qualifications have stayed in the same job group for over six years.
Kenya Union of Post Primary Teachers (KUPPET) Secretary-General Akello Misori wants the marking rate per script doubled.He cites tough economic times and that the current fees remained fixed for a long time.
Here is the latest education news that makes headline on this Wednesday that makes headlines. 1.polytechnic to receive sh 170 million for tourism and hospitality programs. Nyeri national polytechnic will receive 170 million from the national government inorder to improve tourism and hospitality training programs. Margret Mwakima who is the principal secretary in state department for technical and vocational education and training while giving his speech in Nyeri she said that the funds will improve the infrastructure in tourism and hospitality programs.
The war between Teachers unions and Teachers Service Commission has been a matter that has paralyzed most of the learning activities within the country. The teacher unions have been fighting for the employer to give them an additional basic allowances as compared to the last one. In an interview with KBC television today at 9:00 pm, Kuppet secretary general Akello Misory has shade light on the Collective Bagaining Agreement CBA.
It is reported that a city lawyer has been changed in the court of law for allegedly assaulting His wife at her house in Nairobi area. The accused person who was identified as Mr George Brian Akello was arraigned at the kibera law courts where He was also accused of beating and injuring Her wife Winnie Eguchi who stays in Uthiru.
These Are The 5 Counts We Shall Charge Sudi With, DCI The DCI has written a sworn affidavit to court explain the 5 counts they want to charge Oscar Sudi the MP for Kapseret with. The investing officer of the case James Akello has also asked that the court detains the MP for 14 days at Nakuru police station. Count one: Hate speech contrary to section 13(1)(a) of the NCIC act no 12 of 2018 Count two: Assault of a police officer contrary to section 103(a) of the police service act 2011 Count three: Offensive
Teachers want the Ministry of Education to push the primary and secondary national examinations to January next year. Through the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET), the tutors argue that the students have lost a lot of time since schools were closed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Union has also urged the National Assembly to consider developing legislation to safeguard the country from experiencing adverse impacts of economic turmoil in the future. While welcoming relief mea