The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education Exam for 2019 is done and dusted; set, done, marked and results announced.
However, in a new fashion in Kenya, a broke government which only serves the MPs, and other senior government officials seeing that their travel allowances is better catered for than paying Huduma Namba, Census and Birth registration enumerators; teachers who supervised the KCSE exams are the latest victims in this scam. They have not been paid their allowances.
A government of lies
In 2019, a couple of important state exercises were conducted. The human resource was enormous and the National Treasury through various media reported that they had budgeted for those functions.
National Integrated Management System (NIIMS) aka Huduma Namba registration agents have not been paid their second batch of payment till today.
Census people are still crying in our inbox to remind the state to pay them.
Census cost Kenyan taxpayers Ksh18.5 billion whereas Huduma Namba cost about Ksh8 billion.
Education which is no longer an important tool for equalization in the eyes of the Kenya kleptocratic elite is being watered down through the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) which curiously still pegs exams as a measure of who gains what in this slave plantation.
Besides that, teachers are treated like trash, even as seen in the manner the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) us handling their mtetezi Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT).
TSC, apart from being involved in colluding with Kenya Women Teachers Association (KEWOTA) to rob teachers violently, it has made sure that KNUT powers are reduced, even attempting to have it deregistered.
The horny witch with fake doctorate Nancy Macharia should vacate office.
Teachers have been pitted against each other and are bound to lose. The Kenyan teacher must rethink its power and make changes that are fruitful to itself.
“No one is going to give you the education you need to overthrow them. Nobody is going to teach you your true history, teach you your true heroes, if they know that that knowledge will help set you free.”
Several teachers have reached out to cnyakundi.com complaining about how they supervised and invigilated exams with the tenacity that only a teacher can only to not be paid their allowances as required.
The ministry of Education under Prof. George Magoha promised to pay before the December festivities came but has failed to do so.
‘They promised to pay us before the release of the results if the KCSE exams, but they have not. We are damn broke and suffering. Kindly inform them through your platform. Hel us’, a teacher wrote.
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