Legislator for Emuhaya Constituency Omboko Milemba has said he’ll table a stir seeking to impel the TSC to stop delocalisation of preceptors.
Omboko, the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education teachers Chair, said TSC has been using delocalisation to frustrate preceptors and it must stop.
According to the legislator, other MPs have given him inviting support to table the stir as they’re against schoolteacher delocalisation.
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He challenged the Commission to apply Salary Increment for preceptors as agreed in the Collaborative Logrolling Agreements inked between the commission and schoolteacher’s Unions.
Omboko assured preceptors that delocalisation will come to an end. I’m going to table a stir in the National Assembly that will impel TSC to stop corrective delocalisation of preceptors.
Omboko was addressing preceptors during the Kuppet’s periodic general meeting for Vihiga county at the Kima Mission School of Theology.
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He said due to delocalisation, numerous preceptors are suffering from stress, and absenteeism has come a big problem.
He emphasized that TSC should allow preceptors to work in their points because CBC wants preceptors who understand their culture and language well for them to educate pupils.
Lurambi members of Parliament is in support of Omboko’s move to table a stir in Parliament. Titus Khamala said preceptors have suffered due to delocalisation and it must be stopped and give room for them to serve where they’re comfortable.
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Titus said delocalisation of preceptors must stop and the new class should be reviewed duly. CBC has proved to be veritably precious and utmost of the parents can not sustain it.