KNUT: Corporal punishment awaits Jubilee in 2017
23 February 2016, 08:06
Nairobi - The Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) has vowed to give Jubilee a harsh punishment in next year's polls for failing to honour the promises they made to teachers during the 2013 election campaigns.
Outgoing Nakuru KNUT branch secretary general, Njau Kuria said that teachers will punish Jubilee the same way they punish students who fail to do their homework.
Speaking Monday in Nakuru town, Kuria said the Jubilee government has treated teachers like nobodies and they should expect a reaction from teachers.
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"For every action, there are must be a reaction and teachers will neglect them the same way they have neglected us,"said Kuria.
"The only way we can punish Jubilee is at the ballot box and we are going to do it in a more severe way," he added.
Kuria called President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto to read the mood of Kenyans before it is too late.
"Most Kenyans are frustrated and annoyed with the government because of unfulfilled promises and the President and his deputy should mark that," he said.
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