Former KESSHA Chair among shortlisted candidates to represent TSC at Salaries and Remuneration Commission

Mr Indimuli Kahi, Chairman of the Kenya Secondary School Heads Associations (KESSHA) and Principal of Machakos School

Former Kenya Secondary School Heads Association (KESSHA) National Chair Kahi Indimuli is among those who have been shortlisted for the position of Teachers Service Commission’s (TSC) nominee to the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC).

In a notice published in one of the local dailies yesterday, Indimuli (Vihiga) is among the 11 others who are set to appear for interviews on June 20, 2024 at the Commission’s headquarters in Upper Hill Nairobi.

Those shortlisted and who are currently working with the Commission include the long serving TSC Director in charge of Administrative Service Ibrahim Gedi Mumin who hails from Mandera, and TSC Nyanza Regional Director Jane Gatakaa Njage from Embu County.


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Others include Kenneth Bundi Marangu from Meru, Ambrose Ageng’a from Homa Bay, Joseph Muthama Ndiku from Machakos, Josia Kinyua Joel from Uasin Gishu, Sammy Chepkwony from Nandi, Miriam J. Kosgei from Uasin Gishu, Prof. Thomas Katua Ngui from Machakos, and Dr. William Kibet Kiprono from Elgeyo Marakwet Counties.

The Commission has given the public up to June 19, 2024 to submit any relevant information relating their suitability a head of their interviews.

In March this year the Commission advertised the position seeking to find a suitable person who will represent the Commission in SRC.

The holder of the position will be required to be a holder of a University Degree, have knowledge and at least ten (10) years’ experience in matters relating to either finance and administration, public management, economics, human resource management, or labour laws.

By Our Reporter

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