Summary

  • The ministry says it has received letters of objection from Nzili, and the 1st Vice Chairman Samson Kaguma who both indicated that they have not attained the mandatory retirement age of 60 years.
  • The Labour Ministry has warned the Kenya National Union of Teachers against holding by-elections to replace Chairman Mudzo Nzili, saying he has not attained the mandatory retirement age.
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A statement from the ministry says that it would be unlawful to proceed with the planned by- elections scheduled for December 14 since no positions are vacant. PHOTO: The Standard

Kenya National Union of Teachers Secretary General Wilson Sossion earlier indicated that there was no bad blood between him and the National Chairman saying that the matter was being blown out of proportion and that the union was following procedure as set out in the union’s constitution.

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He was speaking ahead of a National Executive Council meeting that among other things was to discuss the by elections to be conducted during the Annual Delegates Conference set for next month.

The Labour Ministry has warned the Kenya National Union of Teachers against holding by-elections to replace Chairman Mudzo Nzili, saying he has not attained the mandatory retirement age.

A statement from the ministry says that it would be unlawful to proceed with the planned by- elections scheduled for December 14 since no positions are vacant.

The ministry says it has received letters of objection from Nzili, and the 1st Vice Chairman Samson Kaguma who both indicated that they have not attained the mandatory retirement age of 60 years.

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