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Kuppet: Teachers won't accept pay-cut

10 March 2014, 12:41

Nairobi - Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (Kuppet) chairman Omboko Milemba has said that members of the union will not accept a pay-cut.

Milemba said the government was unable to manage the economy to the satisfaction of all Kenyans and that is why President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William had accepted to take a pay-cut, Daily Nation reports.

He said reports had indicated that Kenya loses close to KES 300 billion annually to corruption and the government should try all possible ways to save the situation.

He said the move by the president and his deputy would not have big impact towards the reduction of the wage bill.

- For more visit Daily Nation


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