Kenya National Union of nurses is thrown into mourning after the sudden death of one of their own. The late nurse Caleb Nyangena was working at Kisii Level 6 hospital in Kisii county. Until his demise, the late was an experienced nurse and committed to his duties.
Teacher Service Commission was mandated to oversee all the grievances of teachers, to recruit, and among other roles.All unions of teachers, have been working together with the TSC to safeguard teachers'.TSC had a tussle with the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT), which led to massive defecting of teachers from the union.
The Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government Dr Fred Matiang'i's brother, John Matiang'i, has reportedly declared interest to vie for a political seat in Nyamira county come 2022.
Wilson Sossion discusses why he resigned from the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT). This comes as teachers across the country have been opposing the Teachers Service Commission's demand that all teachers attend Shs 6000 refresher courses. In fact, the Ministry of Education is now working hard to guarantee that the Competency Based Curriculum is properly implemented and that the 2021 academic calendar is completed as requested by education stakeholders.
Blow to teachers as the following u-turn emerges ahead of teachers promotions. The Teachers Service Commission is mandated by the constitution of Kenya to offer teachers promotions, offer employment opportunities among others duties. This comes after a number of teachers have stagnated in one job group without promotion for quite a long period of time. Teachers Service Commission has been having continuous differences with Kenya National Union Of Teachers over the teachers promotions which is going to take place
Wilson Sossion photo courtesy kenyan teachers have been crying that they are paid small amount of money. Claims show that teachers do a lot of work but they are not considered. Although this is not the end of the road, good news has come to school heads and their deputies. According to the Daily Nation, the Kenya National Union of teachers has requested the teachers' employer to increase the the salaries of of school heads,their deputies and senior teachers. According to the Daily Nation, 103,000 teachers were
Primary teachers form the framework for basic foundation of learners in kenyan education system. These teachers play a very crucial role in impacting basic knowledge and skills to the learners in every stage of learning. Teachers are regarded as the role models in the society and expected to conduct themselves with a lot of decorum and respect. They are employees of Teachers service commission, a body whose mandate is to employ teachers and and oversee the implementation of Kenyan educational curriculum in all
Teachers Happy As TSC as the Law Society Of Kenya Nelson Havi promises to challenge TSC in court over the teachers refresher courses. The Teachers Service Commission has been at the forefront to ensure that teachers are enjoying the services they receive from the commission. Also all the teachers' unions which are the Kenya National Union Of Teachers and Kenya Union Of Post Primary Education Teachers are working hard to ensure that all teachers' grievances are channelled to the Teachers Service Commission.
The secret deal that was signed between Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) and Teachers Service Commission (TSC) last month has now been revealed. The signed deal is said to be prohibiting teachers who are not practicing at primary level from joining Kenya National Union of Teachers according to reports that was released in a local daily.
The Public Service Commission Commission (PSC) has directed Kirinyaga county public services board to give 188 nurses who were fired by governor Waiguru back their jobs.This follows a complaint by the nurses saying that they were unfairly dismissed.
Teachers in Kenya are affliated to either of two trade unions.That is KUPPET or KNUT.However,there has been a devastating conflict in which trade union rights were violated.And the existence of the Kenya National Union of Teachers has been threatened. It is in this spirit,that the Education Committee of the Parliament of Kenya,has proposed a series of steps to resolve the dispute.The proposal is aimed at reversing several of the measures taken by the Teachers’ Service Commission and resolving remaining issues
Teachers Service Commission CEO, Dr. Nancy Macharia has defended the delocalization of teachers process, saying that the commission had already stopped delocalizing teachers to far areas. She also affirmed that in cases where the exercise face difficulties, they successfully worked to solve them and ensure that it is successful. "Delocalisation is simply a transfer; we want to ensure that teachers do not teach in their locality for their entire teaching life but are exposed to other cultures". Said Dr. Macharia.
Teacher Service Commission (TSC) which is in charge of the teachers in our country has now issued out good news to teachers wishing to return to Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) by telling them that they can now do so. This is after Teachers who wished to return to Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) being denied the option of returning back by the Teachers Service Commission due to some reasons.
Police officers attempt to stop health workers from Coast General Hospital in Mombasa County during a demonstration on along Abdelnasser road on December 15, 2020. The Mombasa County government has moved to avert a health crisis by calling for an urgent meeting with its health workers following a strike notice.
Wilson Sossion (Photo: courtesy) Wilson Sossion finally decided to quit from the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) after serving for eight years. According to reports, Sossion revealed his resignation while on a press conference just a day before the KNUT elections. Leaving the post was an emotional moment for Wilson Sossion as he was seen wiping some tears.
Kenya National Union Of Medical Laboratory Officers had issued a 7-day notice on the strike planned to address the issues affecting medical laboratory workers. They were saying they were not included in the negotiations between the Ministry of of health the county governments and the national government. The strike notice indicated that the strike was supposed to start on 5th January 2021 if their demands are not address fully. Today,the Kenya National Union of medical laboratory official have confirmed that
Kenya National Union of Teachers Secretary General Wilson Sossion Resigns Just Few Hours to Election
Kenya National Union of Teachers honourable Wilson Sossion has resigned.This comes after the union is preparing to carry out its elections tomorrow. Wilson Sossion, a father of thwas;was born in 1969 in West Pokot county but relocated later to Motigo,Bomet county in early 1970s.Sossion has been in constant wrangles with the Ministry of education leading to his removal from the national teacher's register.He is a graduate of Egerton university specialising in agriculture.
Wilson Sossion, the secretary general of Kenya National Union of Teachers has again issued a new directive where all learning institutions are urged to ensure that a gender desk is put in place ahead of the planned reopening of learning institutions across the country. In his statement, the Teachers Service Commission together with stakeholders from the ministry of education should adopt a gender desk in learning institutions which will be sued to ensure that all learners resume to class ahead of the learning
The teachers unions have been very instrumental in advocating for the welfare of and remuneration packages over the years.The emergence of rival unions have seriously weakened the Kenya National Union of Teachers which has been a pioneer trade union.
Nurses have been on strike for quite a long time and citizens have been suffering whenever they went to hospitals because of lack of assistance. After many days of negotiations MOH and KNUN have reached on a return-to-work formula for nurses. Kenya National Union of nurses Secretary General Seth Panyako said that he could call off the nurses strike today and that nurses could report to work this week barely a week after doctors and clinical officer went back to work. Secretary-general said when you were speaking