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UDA Politicians Now Recruit Teachers, Kaluma Says

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UDA Politicians Now Recruit Teachers, Kaluma Says

According to Kaluma, legislators from the UDA have taken control of the process of recruiting new teachers. The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is the primary agency in charge of recruiting and employing new educators across the United States.

It has become a disturbing practice in recent months for politicians to distribute TSC job letters at public events like funerals. These events can range from weddings to sporting events. Notably, Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu presented a TSC employment letter to a competent teacher at the burial service for Nyamaiya Ward MCA that was held at Getaari Secondary School. The letter was given to the teacher a month ago. Regrettably, occurrences quite similar to those described here have been reported in other regions.

Today, the Honorable Peter Kaluma, who serves as a member of parliament for the town of Homa Bay, expressed his unhappiness with the current circumstances. He has made a plea that the TSC hiring system be fair, transparent, and suitably reflect the diversity of Kenya’s population.

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He expressed concern that it appeared that politicians had taken over the functions of the TSC, effectively marginalizing this independent agency. His apprehension was warranted.

“The process of teacher recruitment has been co-opted by politicians from the United Democratic Alliance,” he said, “leaving the TSC on the sidelines when it should be the agency that is primarily responsible for this task.” “Leaving the TSC on the sidelines,” he said, “when it should be the agency that is primarily responsible for this task.” His tears are not unwarranted at all.

Regarding this particular issue, I find myself in complete agreement with the Honorable Peter Kaluma. It is essential that the TSC be allowed to carry out its principal responsibility—that of teacher recruitment—without interference from any outside sources. This is due to the fact that the TSC is designed to function independently.

It is essential to keep in mind that the decisions made by politicians about this issue will have far-reaching effects, in especially for educators who have been without job for an extended period of time. This action may have an effect on a large number of qualified instructors, including some who only recently graduated.

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In light of these facts, it is absolutely essential to uphold the credibility of the TSC’s hiring process in order to provide fairness and equal access to opportunities for all aspiring teachers in Kenya.

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