It is a morning of shock in Sotik constituency where the body of a 34 -years-old man was discovered in Kerundut dam. According to the reporter from the Kalenjin radio station, residents who were rushing to their job places in the morning found suspicious clothes near the aforementioned river and they had to call upon police officers who visited the scene on time.
The fall of a one time giant teachers union Knut has left many retired teachers and even the current teachers with a surprise.Little did anyone know that Knut would get finished after the teachers quitting it in mass. Many primary teachers have been forced to remain unionless after making tough decisions to leave Knut.Their secondary schools counterparts are safe in Kuppet as their union.Knut for some time has been engaged in a tug of war with the employer.This has seen the union members get sidelined in the
The teachers affiliated to teachers union Knut are preparing for elections on 26th this month.The lists of the deligates per region have been out as per 2019 register.The union opted for this register since this is the last year before members began quitting the union. The elections that will happen at the Ruaraka Sports Ground in Nairobi is set to either see the vibrant Secretary General Wilson Sossion either go home or retain his seat.The Secretary General's seat has elicited fierce campaigns between the two rival factions of Mr Sossion and Mr Collins Oyuu's team.
The teachers union Knut has been going through turmoils.These,the union has claimed that have been brought about by the employer.For sometime now,the teachers alienated to Knut have been in the cold during promotions and salary increments.This is because they are considered to be in the old scheme of service instead of the new CPG Scheme of Service.
One of the National Executive Council members has revealed that the former Secretary general for Knut, honourable Sossion contributed to the failure of Knut. He said that Sossion failed to read the mood of the government. He always pushed hard and never knew when to stop. This spearheaded the the union's problems.
About three people who were working in a quarry have been buried alive after collapsed today Tuesday 29th December 2020. The incident happened at Chepkositonik village in Bomet East constituency. The two were on their daily routine when the incidence occurred. The authorities and the residents are in the efforts to rescue the three men. The group of men had just started their work as usual at 10:00 am when the walls of the quarry collapsed. The incidence was witnessed buy those who had not started their work.
As the heavy pounding rains continue to wreak havoc in different parts of Nyanza, Western and Rifty Valley, 5 people have so far died in Bomet County, 2 in Bungoma County, 1 in Transzoia County and 1 one in West Pokot County. 3 bodies of the victims have not yet been retrieved from Sisei and Kipsonoi Rivers in Sotik and Konoin Constituency, respectively, in Bomet County where at least 200 families have been displaced. 1 drowned in Sisei while 2 others in Kipsonoi. The above Photo shows Mugeni Bridge in Soti
Time and again,the Kenya National Union of Teachers had been in the forefront in fighting for the teachers.This had seen the teachers show their dissatisfactions through industrial strikes ending up paralysing the learning in schools.The end result had been the government giving in and ending up signing a return to
Residents of Chepkositonik village in Bomet East constituency are racing against time to rescue sand miners who have been trapped in a collapsed Quarry. It is reported that three people are believed to have been in the quarry when the incident occurred. Authorities told standard digital that the incident happened on Tuesday morning when Miners were on their daily routine of harvesting sand from the quarry. Villagers have joined hands to rescue the trapped individuals. An eyewitness Joseph Tanui said the walls
The Kenya National Union of Teachers(KNUT) problems have continued to deepen after a section of the branch turned against the Secretary General, Wilson Sossion.