Retired Teachers demand their dues
16 April 2012, 11:44
Retired Teachers 1997 Group in Nakuru County have challenged the Minister for Finance Robinson Githae and his PS Joseph Kinyua over the weekend to come clean and tell the group when they will be paying them their dues which has amounted up to sh3.34billion.
Speaking to journalist, the secretary of the group Gidraf Kimata said they are wondering whether there is a cartel going on between the office of Attorney General and the Treasury with an aim of depriving them their money.
“We fill there are some external forces who seemed to be interested with this matter of our payment and they are between the office of the Attorney General and Treasury” said Gidraf.
According to the secretary, he added that the court had ordered the government to clear with the union group without a delay but the government is not responding to that directive made by the court late last month.
“We understand that the head of the civil Litigation and Deputy Solicitor General in the Attorney General’s office is the one in charge with the responsibility of authorizing payment arising from the court orders” said the former civil servant.
The RTG said that failure by the government the government to honor the directive by the court they will camp In parliament premises until their grievances are met by met by the government.
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