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KNUT & TSC meeting flops over new demands by the union

The meeting between the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) and Teachers Service Commission (TSC) yesterday ended pre-maturaly after the union came up with fresh demands.

According to the commission’s CEO, Nancy Macharia, KNUT demanded immediate reinstatement of 85 officials transferred during the delocalisation programme.

However, KNUT Secretary General Wilson Sossion dismissed the reports as irresponsible misinformation, noting the union demanded that the delocalisation programme be stopped.

Sossion said the Knut’s position is still the same and they do not want delocalisation and they shall resist at all costs the move by TSC to effect it.

The collapse of the meeting raises questions regarding effective administration of the upcoming national examinations as the union led by Sossion threatened to rally its members to boycott supervision duties.

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