Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teaches (KUPPET) has asked the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) to swiftly act on teachers’ demands lest the administration of the forthcoming national exams is disrupted.
Addressing education stakeholders at Machongo Secondary School during the retirement ceremony of principal Richard Nyabayo, Kisii branch Executive Secretary Joseph Abincha stated that teachers will boycott the invigilation and marking of KCSE exams unless their remuneration is improved.
The unionist urged teachers to remain united for their demands to be met and to be professionals when discharging their duties.
As parents lauded him for his exemplary service delivery, Nyabayo noted that though retired, he will still lend a helping hand when need be.
By Enock Okong’o
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