Kakamega principals asked to remain united after tomorrow’s elections

TSC Director for Kakamega County Margaret Kinyanjui has asked principals to take the results of their KESSHA elections tomorrow positively.

Kakamega education leaders have encouraged school principals to remain united after KESSHA elections scheduled to take place tomorrow as the conference comes to an end.

County Director of Education (CDE), TSC County Director, and KUPPET officials urged the principals not to allow divisions by accepting the results and supporting whoever will be elected to various positions.

Speaking during the county KESSHA Conference held at Legacy Hotel in Nakuru City, the leaders told the principals to behave professionally during the elections, putting into consideration how they will improve academic standards of the county.

County TSC Director Margaret Kinyanjui, who will be the returning officer, asked them to view the process as a normal event and not a do or die exercise.

“It is important to view the election exercise as a normal event and proceed with your duties of taking care of the lives of Kenyan children. Let whoever will be elected continue to steer the county KESSHA leadership to the next level,” she said.

On her part, CDE Hellen Nyangau said as the Ministry of Education (MoE), they request all principals to maintain high standards of integrity as they exercise their democratic right to elect their officials.

The county KUPPET leadership thanked the current KESSHA officials for their cooperation and promised to work closely with the new team.

The principals are expected to elect a new Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary, Vice Secretary, Treasurer, Vice Treasurer, Organizing Secretary, and Vice Organizing Secretary, among others.


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By Peter Otuoro

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