Kiyiapi: Mutula and Githae should resign
20 September 2012, 11:46
RBK Presidential aspirant James Ole Kiyiapi has called upon the Ministers of Education Mutula Kilonzo and his finance counterpart Robinson Njeru Githae to vacate office immediately due to their failure to resolve the ongoing nationwide teachers' strike.
Kiyiapi lamented that it was sad that for three weeks now children have been at home and the teachers still on strike yet the government was mum on the issue.
He said that there was no way Kenya was developing and yet the children were at home during the third term when especially exams are on the corner.
“How can we say that Kenya is developing yet children who are to become the skilled labour are at home due to the teachers strike?” he posed.
He was speaking at Endoinyonkopit location, Kilgoris division in TransMara West district in Narok county during the funeral of Tampushi Ole Noonkerieti Konchellah.
Kiyiapi offerd his expertise assistance to the two principles to resolve the ongoing teachers strike siting the example in 2010 when he was the PS for education, he resolved the strike within 3 days.
During the funeral, the Kilgoris MP Gideon Konchellah asked the Narok County residents to support Kiyiapi's race to the state house.
In endorsing Kiyiapi, Konchellah said there is no way he could turn his back to one of his kindred as he seeks the state house.
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