Teachers push for KES 49bn pay perks
29 May 2013, 08:28
Nairobi - The Standard reports teachers on Tuesday pushed for KES 25 billion Budget allocation to cover their additional allowances.
The demand was made at a meeting that was attended by Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) representatives, Teachers Service Commission and Education Secretary Prof Kaimenyi and was hosted by members of the Parliamentary committee responsible for the docket.
They are demanding KES 49.7 billion government allocation to cover commuter, house and medical allowances among other bills in the next financial year.
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