The country is facing a crisis and the schools are the most affected. The corona Virus situation in the country has seen schools closed indefinitely for two times,In March 2020 and in March 2021. Professor George Magoha,the CS of education showed a very remarkable hope of school reopening with the declining cases of Covid 19. The May 10 school reopening date seems to be boosted with the declining cases of Covid 19 that has been recorded for the past 1 week. Yesterday,the country only recorded 366 cases of Covid
The country is facing a crisis and schools are the hardest hit. The coronavirus situation in the country has resulted in schools being closed indefinitely twice in March 2020 and in March. 2021. Professor George Magoha, the CS of Education, showed a very notable hope of reopening the school with the declining COVID-19 cases. The date of the school reopening on May 10th appears to have been determined by the declining COVID-19 cases registered in the past. Yesterday the country had only 366 cases of Covid-19
The gorvenment's plan to freeze salary raise for teachers and Civil Servants may fly into headwinds as the workers unions threaten to down their tools. Kenya national union of teachers secretary general Wilson Sosion has said that the gorvenment and employers should be prepared for Strike. "The gorvenment and employers should prepared for stiff resistance from unions, gorvenment and treasury cannot undermine what has been recommended by SRC" said Sosion as quoted by Standard. According to gorvenment Estimates,
The education sector in the country has been adversely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. The emergency of the disease occasioned the closure of schools in an effort to contain the spread of the Corona virus. The school and examinations calendars were altered following the long break and learners and teachers are struggling to adjust. Schools closed in March to allow candidates sit for Kenya Certificate of Primary Education and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations. The national exams for class
The Kenya National Union of Teachers, KNUT is now under siege as its turmoils continue to pile up.The once giant teachers has become a mere skeleton of itself as its top leadership continue engaging in endless battles with Teachers Service Commission.
Wilson Sosion is Secretary General of KNUT and ODM nominated member of parliament. He hails from Koibeyon village, Bomet county and this is where his fast track of land is located. He joined the list of Rift Valley politicians who have invested in farming like Deputy president William Ruto and CCM chairman Isaac Rutto. The multimulti-million investment is one of the few best managed dairy farm in country. There are hundreds of exotic cows of different species being reared. People are flocking to his farm every
Raila Odinga is one of the well known politicians in the country.He is the current party leader of Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party which is one of the well known Political parties in Kenya.
KNUT Secretary general Wilson Sosion in a past function Kenya national union of teachers (KNUT) will be asking teachers to down their tools if TSC doesn't convene a meeting within the next two weeks to hold salary talks. According to the secretary general for KNUT Wilson Sossion, the current salaries teachers are enjoying are for a CBA that was supposed to cover between 2017-2021 years and which ends in July this year. According to standard, KNUT has now written to TSC threatening an all out industrial action.
"Who Bewitched You Teachers?" Netizens Question Teachers After Disregarding Sosion's Call For Strike
KNUT secretary general wilson Sosion expressing displeasure Teachers have been harshly slammed by other professions online after vowing to disregard the Sosion's call for strike come next year by January. The KNUT boss Mr. Wilson Sosion had on Sunday alarmed the public that there will be a national wide mother of all strikes following incidences of insubordination by the Teachers Service Commission. Mr. Sosion argued that the commission has mistreated them enough by not giving promotion to teachers allied to
Hello and welcome to today's newspaper Revew as of Friday January 15 2021. All the newspapers have given Ugandan election alot attention as seen on the headlines with the standard's "tense moments as Museveni and Bobi wine face off" capturing the situation in Uganda well. Election Results are to be announced in 48 hours time starting yesterday evening when counting began. On the standard as well are five pages of KDF Jobs up for grab. This is good news to the unemployed graduates and form four leavers as the
KNUT Secretary general Wilson Sosion in a past Event.Teachers employed by teachers service Commission are holding their fingers crossed as their Employer and and the Salaries and Remuneration Commission work on another CBA 2021-2025.
The South Rift valley Jubilee party leaders selected to launch the BBI signatures collection have been criticised by the former Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto for failing to commence the exercise in the region. While speaking in his residence in Chepalungu where he hosted different political leaders in the region including the Nominated member of Parliament KNUT secretary, Wilson Sosion and former Bureti MP Paul Sang, the CCM party leader has come up strongly to criticise the Jubilee party leaders who were appointed
The decision to reopen Kenyan schools amidst the Ravaging Coronavirus pandemic is now unstoppable and will continue as scheduled despite the strong headwinds being experienced in the Ministry of Education. This is according to the Kenya National Union of Teachers in Kenya who reported that the Ministry of Education should not be blamed by anyone for the rising Covid-19 cases, but to parents and the society at large who have disregarded the Ministry of Health's safety precautions. Speaking to Citizen Tv's Day
The future isn't and doesn't look bright for the Ministry of Education as far as the Education sector and school reopening are concerned. Kenya National Union of teachers Sec General Wilson Sosion has today slammed the National Government for lying to Kenyans. Speaking during the Citizen Tvs Daybreak program, the education expert has reported that the Covid-19 situation in Kenyan schools is now worrying bearing in mind that no single primary school has received even a single cent. Wilson Sossion: No primary
The Teachers Service Commission TSC has this morning cautioned teachers about their payslips just days after paying salary. The teachers employer has been in battle with Kenya National Union of Teachers KNUT about policies and how teachers should be treated. KNUT Sec Gen. Wilson Sossion Through their secretary general Wilson Sosion the union has accused TSC of being oppressive, biased and using divide and rule in awarding teachers promotion. Currently those in KUPPET are enjoying all the benefits in the Collective
The gorvenment intended to Introduce affordable housing scheme in 2018 for all public workers where, they stood to surrender 1.5% of their pay towards the scheme. The pay deduction was however resisted strongly by unions led by teachers' giant unions KNUT and kuppet. In one of the delegates meeting held on December 15 2018 by kuppet delegates, the delegates shouted down the deputy president william Ruto who was adressing them when he said that teachers belong to the middle class and therefore would be the greatest
Kenya national union of teachers has issued fresh strike possibilities to its teachers.This is following the salary deal it had made with the government which failed to be implemented.
Image Courtesy : Saturday's Standard Headline The masks nightmare makes the headline of the newspaper. Back to school. First , the government promised to provide masks to learners . Then it backtracked .Now parents are on their own as they race to kit 10 million children in the absence of quality benchmarks, adequate supplies, size and cost intervention. Revealed : What you will pay to use Nairobi expressway. The Sh 60 bill on Nairobi Expressway officially declared. Image Courtesy: Daily Nation Newspaper Headline
Kenya National Union of Teachers KNUT Secretary-General, Wilson Sosion, has made his views and concerns over the ongoing closure of Schools and the high spread of Covid-19 in the country. He has made his statement exactly what both the parents, students, and the government of Kenya as well should be ready for since the pandemic still seems to be staying with us for a longer time than expected. In his remarks, while speaking with one Kenyan media channel, KTN News, Sosion has urged everyone to learn how to live
TSC boss Nancy Macharia and KNUT general secretary Wilson Sosion Keenya national union of teachers (KNUT) secretary general Wilson Sosion has intensified war with teachers employer. The war is began when Teachers' service commission deducted membership fee from KNUT. Mr. Sosion has come out to fight for unions welfare, the union is suffering from challenges of money. Speaking on Citizen TV, Mr. Sosion has stated that the union has been forced to close 110 offices across the country. This has been brought by