Ruto Dealt Major Blow As Teachers Union Issues New Condition for Supporting His Housing Fund
On June 1, the Secretary General of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT), Collins Oyuu, highlighted a more effective approach that President William Ruto should have taken in implementing and promoting the Housing Fund project to garner support. Oyuu emphasized the importance of thorough public participation to ensure a higher level of acceptance among the populace regarding the proposal to contribute 3 percent of their salary.
Is Something Cooking? President Ruto Secretly Meets KUPPET and KNUT Officials at State House
Details have emerged on what President William Ruto is secretly doing to ensure that the 3% housing charge on all salaried Kenyans gets approved. According to reports from TAIFA LEO Newspaper, president William Ruto has been reported to have met top officials from the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) and the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) in state house and bribed them with millions of shillings to ensure teachers support his 3% housing levy.
"KNUT & KUPPET Bosses Were in State House;Given Millions to Do This" Kileleshwa Ward MCA Alai Claims
Kileleshwa Ward Member of County Assembly (MCA), Robert Alai, has made explosive claims regarding the involvement of Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) and Kenya Union of Post-Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) leaders in a controversial tax matter. Alai alleges that top officials from both unions were summoned to State House, where they were allegedly given large sums of money to convince teachers to support the proposed 3% tax increase.
Good News for Unemployed Teachers Across the Nation As Wilson Sossion Alleges this on Housing Funds
In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that unemployed teachers across the country have been served with good news following the latest revelation from the government. According to the report given by a reliable source in the country, it has been reported that former KNUT chairman Wilson Sossion has confirmed that teachers will get house as they begin service.
Change of Tunes As Teachers Make a Sudden U-turn Towards The Proposed 3 Percent Housing Levy
Kenya National Union of Teachers has spoken on behalf of the teachers and they have revealed that they are ready to pay the 3 percent house levy that President William Ruto wants to be effective from the 2023 financial year. ( Photo of President William Ruto for Illustration purposes only)
The proposed housing levy kicks storms among workers
National Union of Teachers (KNUT) Laikipia branch members have joined their colleagues in opposing the government’s proposal to impose a housing levy to tax three percent of workers’ monthly salary to fund a housing project. The union members have asked the government to first review the 2021 – 2025 collective bargaining agreement (CBA) to allow for an increase in salaries before imposing the tax.
Boost For Teachers As Union Leaders From Mt Kenya Reject 3 Percent Deductions
Teachers employed by the teachers service commission are some of the Public officers targeted by the Kenya kwanza government as it seeks to roll out the affordable housing scheme by deducting 3 Percent of their basic pay. Although the government is upbeat that the program will succeed with president William Samoei Ruto having asked his Kenya kwanza alliance members of Parliament to pass it when it comes for debate, teachers have vehemently resisted it.
KNUT demands equal pay for work done by JSS teachers
The Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) has called for equitable remuneration for teachers carrying out their duties in the country. In an interview with Education News, Hesbon Otieno, the Union's Deputy Secretary General (SG), emphasized that teachers responsible for Junior Secondary Schools (JSS) should receive fair compensation that aligns with their workload.
Win for Ruto as Teachers Makes U-turn, Now Ready to Embrace 3% Housing Levy But Under This Condition
( Photo courtesy of President William Ruto during a past event) Teachers via their Kenya National Union of Teachers ( KNUT) officials have now made a sudden U-turn towards proposed 3 per cent housing levy days after siding with the opposition in opposition it. As relayed by a report covered on Monday's Standard publication, KNUT and Kuppet officials are now ready to embrace the proposed 3 per cent housing levy only if Ruto's government will increase their salaries.
Teachers Are Wasting Time On Monday And Fridays, President Ruto Told By Unions
Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) and Kenya National Union of Teachers(KNUT) have asked President William Ruto to review some policies. President Ruto who on his swearing day revealed that he will form a taskforce that will scrutinize the Competence Based Curriculum has today been asked to also review the teachers delocalization policies.
Prospects Brighten for Salary Rise as Unions and TSC Initiate Deliberations
Initial deliberations have transpired concerning the reevaluation of the 2021–2025 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) and the representative unions, with the objective of facilitating salary enhancements. Last week, the Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) and the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (Kuppet) independently engaged in discussions with the TSC in Nakuru County, as reported by the nation.
Just in: Reasons Why The KNUT & KUPPET Bosses Allegedly Agreed on the 3% Tax
The Member of County Assembly MCA from Kileleshwa ward, Alai has broken silence as he has made explosive claims regarding in the involvement of KNUT and KUPPET leaders in a controversial tax matter. Alai has claimed the the top bosses from the two unions were summoned to state house where they were allegedly loaded with large sum of money in their pockets inorder to convince teachers inorder to support the proposed 3 percent tax to find affordable Housing scheme.
President Ruto's Meeting with Teachers' Union On Housing Levy Concludes in Discord
Kenyan President William Ruto has recently engaged in a series of talks with teachers' unions in an effort to garner their support for the controversial 3% housing levy. President Ruto held separate meetings with the National Executive Councils of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) and the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (Kuppet).
KUPPET, KNUT Propose Teachers’ Pay Raise in Talks with TSC
Teachers' unions, Knut and Kuppet, are advocating for a pay raise in their discussions with the Teachers Service Commission (TSC), as reported by Teachersupdates.co.ke. Recognizing the financial difficulties faced by teachers amidst rising inflation and a high cost of living, both unions have separately engaged with TSC representatives to address the issue.
Trending:Win to Ruto as Teachers Makes U-turn on 3% Housing Levy Now Ready But Under This Condition
Teachers have made a big U-turn concerning the 3% deductions from their salary to fund housing few days after they said that they will not agree with the government about the 2023 fiancial bill. According to the latest reports shared from reputable source have revealed that KNUT and KUPPET are now ready to embrace the 3 percent levy for housing and they will only do it if the government will increase their salaries.
KNUT will not defend teachers administering corporal punishment, Oyuu says
In a resolute stance, the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) has unequivocally declared its opposition to the use of corporal punishment as a disciplinary tool by educators. Collins Oyuu, the Secretary General of KNUT, stressed the illegality and potential harm associated with such practices, urging teachers to abandon the use of physical punishment in their classrooms.
The TSC and unions begin negotiations as teachers want a pay increase.
Initial discussions for a review of the 2021–2025 collective bargaining agreement (CBA) to allow for pay increases have taken place between unions and the Teachers Service Commission (TSC). The Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) and the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (Kuppet) met separately with the TSC last week in Nakuru County to begin talks, according to the nation.
List Of 14 Mukumu Girls BOM Members Dominated By Retied Teachers As Minishi Takes Leadership.
Mukumu girls which made headlines recently now has a new board of management comprised of majorly education experts to assist the new principal. The 14-member team which is led by the former Nanyuki boys high school principal Mr Oliver Minishi will be charged with the responsibility of running the institution, Which is recovering from the a health crisis which saw hundreds of students hospitalized and a teacher succumbing.
Teachers Push for Pay Rise In New Demands
The union representing educators has resumed bargaining with the school district over salary and benefit increases. The unions are petitioning the Teachers Service Commission (TSc) to reevaluate the present Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) for 2021-202 so that salary increases can be implemented. The TSC reportedly held separate meetings with the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) and the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) in Nakuru County last week to begin negotiations.
President Ruto Wins Big After Teachers Set To Embrace 3% Housing Levy Under This One Condition
According to the information provided, the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) officials have made their stance on the proposed 3 percent housing levy in Kenya. Initially, the KNUT officials had opposed the housing levy but have now made a sudden U-turn in their position.