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Wilson Sossion saves teachers hard earned cash through Parliament against TPD.

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Former KNUT SG Wilson Sossion

The National Assembly is compelling the Teachers Service Commission to pay on behalf of teachers the professional development course. The commission is demanding that Teachers undergo training as outlined in the CBA. Each teacher is expected to pay sh.6000.

former KNUT SG Wilson Sossion and his counterpart Okello Misori

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The ODM nominated Member of Parliament and former KNUT secretary General Mr. Wilson Sossion said that the burden ought to be taken care by the government through the Teachers Commission. The legislator has directed the education committee to budget for the TPD. “The teachers are highly demotivated currently,” he said.
Former KNUT secretary Wilson Sossion
image: Daily Nation

In support of the Sossion sentiments, Emuhaya Mp Omboko Milemba said that the TPD cost should be included in the budget. The KUPPET National Chairman told the committee that there’s nowhere in the document that specifies who bears the cost of TPD.
Hon. Omboko Milemba, Mp Emuhaya Constituency

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Dr. Nancy Macharia defended the program and told the house that TPD is a separate entity thus cannot be budgeted together with normal functions of the commission. She was also put on task to explain who she landed on the four universities identified to spearhead the program. The institutions include; Kenya Education Management Institute,Kenyatta University, Mount Kenya University and Riara University.
KUPPET national chairman MP Hon. Omboko Milemba and the secretary general Akello Misori

The teachers are expected to go for mandatory training that will last for 30 years. Six modules are expected to be done and each takes 5 years. Upon finishing a module, the TSC will renew their certificates.
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