Teachers offered KES 17bn to end strike
09 July 2013, 07:54
Nairobi - Daily Nation reports striking teachers were on Monday offered KES 17 billion to end the strike that has paralysed learning in public schools for the third week.
Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) and Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (Kuppet) officials held a meeting with the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) boss, Gabriel Lengoiboni, to agree and call off the strike.
However, Knut officials have been ordered to appear in court to face contempt charges.
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