3, 500 TSC Teachers will not receive their April 2020 Salaries until they meet the following conditions
Gloomy April for 3, 500 TSC tutors as the Commission withholds their April 2020 salaries over non-compliance
A section of TSC employed tutors are set to miss out on their April 2020 salaries after they failed to declare their income, assets and liabilities online in 2019.
The list of the 3, 500 tutors has already been released by the TSC hence the affected tutors are expected to meet the following three conditions before they get reinstated back into the TSC payroll.
The conditions for reinstatement of the 3, 500 affected teachers into the TSC payroll include:
- A formal letter through the teacher’s immediate supervisor that is the principal or headteacher to explain why they did not adhere to the instructions given about declaring their wealth online.
- To fast track reinstatement, the letters must be scanned and emailed to the TSC headquarters with a cover letter listing the forwarded cases by TSC County Director.
- A written confirmation by the head or supervisor to the TSC stating that the affected teacher has been in active service or teaching all along.
Note: this letter must be validated and forwarded to the TSC headquarters by the TSC County or TSC Sub-County Director.
Even as they meet the above conditions, the 3, 500 tutors should have their arms crossed, praying and hoping that the TSC will not take any further action against them since failure to declare one’s wealth as stipulated by the law can attract a fine of up to Kshs 1 million or a jail term not exceeding one year or both upon conviction.