Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development was bribed to favour giant publishers Like Oxford and KLB, the editor of this website has been tipped.
For the last five years, the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) has had a Director-General/Chief Executive Officer. The CEO is Dr. Julius Jwan.
To many employees in the lower cadre of the institute, they only know him by name, seen his signatures on internal memos, watched him on television but they are yet to feel his presence and leadership.
Dr. Jwan has earned himself a nickname- ‘a tourist’ because of the back to back journeys both in the country and abroad.
That is just a brief on the head of KICD, that we once accused of
receiving millions in form of bribes to okay books with nauseating errors.
The results for Grade 4 books were out last Friday but before then Oxford and KLB had already printed the books ready to circulate in the market.
Some small publishers that we spoke to have accused the KICD of limiting the educator and educationist with ideas and content.
According to our sources and allegations that we have confirmed, KICD cartels were heavily paid to favour Oxford and KLB who got 7books each approved whereas others got nothing…just some one book.
“Their plan is to kill some companies and increase unemployment which is already a disease in our Nation” Alleged our source from KICD.
Most KICD senior managers cannot explain the source of their wealth since it doesn’t tally with their salary as some don’t even own any businesses that can give them the monies they are using to build flats and drive fuel guzzlers.
Sadly, the media has remained mum pertaining to the rot in the education sector and I urge Kenyans of good-will to keep sending information especially on the rot at KICD that is now controlled by cartels.
The CEO and the board must resign immediately to allow room for investigation.
CNYAKUNDI.COM is very much aware of how much they were paid to frustrate other publishers.
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