Teachers reject Githae’s ‘next budget’ pledge
20 September 2012, 10:24
Nairobi – Teachers on Wednesday declared that they would remain on strike until the government gave them a pay rise, just hours after the Treasury told them to wait for next year’s Budget.
Through the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT), the tutors accused the government of mocking their demands saying it had thrown the negotiations into jeopardy.
KNUT Chairman Wilson Sossion told the Treasury to source for the monies from the Contingency Fund so as to end the stalemate.
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