Jamleck Muturi, is the current TSC chairperson who assumed office on Tuesday this week.The new chairperson has promised teachers that the 2017-2021 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) will be implemented in full as as soon as possible.According to Jamleck, teachers should be motivated in order to work well in their learning institutions.
TSC CEO Dr Nancy Macharia welcomes Jamleck Muturi as he reports to the office for the first time, Sossion deregistered from the list of teachers and The fate of around 4,000 educators remains in a critical state two years after they were moved to the Public Service Commission (PSC) to teach in technical schools - are some of the highlights on education news making headlines this afternoon.
Teachers using AON medical insurance scheme have been dealt a blow today.This is after the most famous private hospital in rift valley rejected the insurance.Teachers insured with AON have been left in stitches and tears after they were turned away from the facility.Some were reffered to Kaplong or Litein for treatment.
Three days after stepping down from the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) National Treasurer position, Interior CS Fred Matiang'i's brother John Matiang’i has landed another top government job.According to reports, the CS's brother has been appointed to the position of Deputy Director of Education just days after appending his resignation from KNUT top leadership position.
Today the president appended signatures to confirm the appointment of Alfred Oyucho as TSC member.Alongside Oyucho, Jamlec Mituri was appointed the chairman replacing Lydia Nzomo.Nzomo was the first chairperson of the commission who served as from 2014 when TSC became a constitutional commission.Alfred Oyucho has been a TSC lawyer for long.
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is priming itself for a major delocalization for classroom teachers once again in the coming new academic year.2021 will Mark the second group of classroom teachers to be transferred to other counties away from their current working counties after the exercise was rolled out back in 2019.The commission adamant to disclose the mass transfer of teachers despite the public outcry due to Covid-19 effects.
TSC meets Kajiado County leader to discuss teachers' matters, John Matiang’i resigns from KNUT after 13 years and Magoha cautions Universities against favouring their tribesmen - among the education news in the headlines now.1.John Matiang’i resigns from KNUT after 13 years Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) National Treasurer John Matiang’i (sibling to Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang’i) has resigned following 13 years in office, says his concession from the union was deliberate.
Secretary-General, Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) Wilson Sossion has been at the forefront in fighting the rights of all teachers.He has been having tussles with the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).He had always been blaming the TSC for instigating attacks to cripple the KNUT.
Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) Treasurer John Matiang'i who is a brother to Interior CS Fred Matiang'i has now has taken an early retirement after working in the giant Union for 13 years.This move has come at a time when Knut is facing various challenges.
Bad News To KNUT Secretary General After The Following Announcement From Teachers Service Commission
Kenya National Union of Teachers Secreraty General Willison Sossion has found himself in trouble following the announcement from TSC that he has been deregistered as a teacher.This comes after several attempts by Sossion to be retained as a teacher in the service.The last move by Nairobi Employment and Labor Court has served a blow to Sossion.
As the teachers interviewed are waiting for their letter from TSC under their official communication channel, KNUT Members are stranded.Teachers Service Commission Chief Executive Officer Dr. Nancy Macharia said, "Letters on the outcome of the interviews are being sent to all teachers,who were interviewed."
The Secretary General of the Kenya National Union of Teachers, has been deregistered as a teacher.National Employment and Labor Relations Court has dismissed his attempt at saving his position as a teacher.Picture courtesy.Justice Stephen Radido gave the landmark ruling sending a huge blow to the man who has been behind the wheel at KNUT since 2016.
Kenya National Union Of Teachers Secretary-General Wilson Sossion is now in trouble after court after court ordered Sossion to be deregistered as a teacher.This happens when the Kenya National Union Of Teachers Secretary-General Wilson Sossion is now preparing to hold elections for the union, trouble started when KNUT Secretary-General Wilson was nominated as a member of parliament under the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Whereby the key leaders of teachers have been claiming that Sossion can not serve teachers properly while he is a member of parliament.
Big Blow To KNUT Secretary General, Wilson Sossion As Court Upholds His "Teacher" Name De-registered
The embattled Kenya National Union of Teacher (KNUT), Wilson Sossion has been struggling in court to have his teaching name retained.Apart from being a Secretary General, he is also the ODM nominated Member of the National Assembly.Teacher's Service Commission presented a petition to the Employment and Labour Relations Court to have Wilson Sossion being de-registered as a teacher for gross misconduct citing section 30 of the TSC Act.
Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) National Treasurer John Matiang’i resigned after 13 years of service a few days ago.The brother to Interior Cabinet Secretary called it quits and said that he was taking time off to be with his family members and also complete his studies at the University of Nairobi.
John Matiang'i, the brother of Interior CS Fred Matiang'i, has been selected to be the Deputy Director of Education days after he reported his choice to step down as the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) financial officer.Training CS George Magoha attested this idiom that Matiang'i had applied to move his administrations from the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) to the Education Ministry.
Wilson Sossion the KNUT secretary general had been deregistered as a teacher.His attempts to save his position as a teacher within the corridors of justice has been dismissed by Nairobi Employment and Labour Relations Court after a similar attempt in 2019 flopped.Justice Stephen Radido decision is set to be a huge blow to Sossion who has been the secretary of the teachers union since 2016 and he had already started planning for KNUT national elections.
Few days ago, this writer reported that Kenya national union of teachers (KNUT) national treasurer John Matiang'i had resigned from his powerful position at the giant teachers union.This is after he wrote a resignation letter through secretary general Wilson Sossion to the top most organ for approval.
Mr. John Matiang'i the outgoing KNUT National Treasurer.Mr. John Matiang'i has voluntarily resigned from his position as the KNUT national treasurer.He has resigned after serving the teacher's union for close to five years.His resignation comes at a time when there are numerous calls for the resignation of the National Secretary General Wilson Sossion.
The brother to Fred Matiangi, identified as John Matiangi was appointed as the deputy director of education.This happened a few days after he resigned from his previous job as the KNUT treasurer.This was confirmed by the cabinet secretary of education George Magoha.According to Magoha, John had sent an application requesting to move his services to the education sector.