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TSC REVEALS NAMES OF THE 36 DEREGISTERED TEACHERS-OCTOBER 2019

HERE IS A LIST OF NAMES OF THE 36 SACKED TSC TEACHERS

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The Teachers Service Commission has released the names of the 36 teachers who were recently dismissed due to gross misconduct.

This, therefore, means that the teachers will no longer serve in any institution in Kenya as teachers whether public or private.

The TSC is hereby notifying the public that the following teachers have been deregistered from the official teachers’ register according to Section 30 (I) of the Teachers Service Commission Act:

FULL NAME                   TSC NUMBER

1. Thomas Mugendi     489900

2. Stephen Maina         468177

3. Saul Wamaiwa         495531

4. Kipchumba Kiptii    492305

5. Robert Kimutai         586298

6. Linus Okatch             512569

7. Shadrack Kiura         668149

8. Dennis Ntabo            578299

9. Douglas Shibira        538252

10. Linus Weku              490214

11. Sammy Nyachieo     448837

12. Idle Abdi Hazel         518757

13. Kenneth Kimathi      451843

14. Jonathan Musyimi   531608

15. Daniel Kipkemboi     661209

16. James Kihara             408356

17. Gollo Abduba              558823

18. Geoffrey Ratemo       527127

19. Allan Madegu             506390

20. Richard Kabete         338252

21. David Koskei               409586

22. Simon Kiptoo             502834

23. Benson Muthui          215972

24. Reuben Omondi       459139

25. Duncan Otieno          633199

26. Benedict Musee        342458

27. John Kimea                305054

28. David Lemisio           385866

29. Tom Omondi             270281

30. Ligono Shunza          353431

31. Julius Makhokha        521410

32. Peter Calistus O.        453903

33. Jobekenton Salambo 539040

34. Ambrose Mutua          359666

35. Fredrick Mutegi           391828

36. Kevin Wekesa              558804

The above named 36 Kenyan teachers will no longer be allowed to teach in any school, private institutions included.

The 36 were among the 1000 teachers who were being probed by the TSC this year following indiscipline cases.

600 cases had been reported at the county levels whereas 400 were directly reported at the TSC headquarters.

The TSC boss Dr Nancy Macharia has confirmed the dismissal of 36 teachers following gross professional misconduct.

Some of them are guilty of having illegal sexual relations with their learners.

In a gazette notice that was issued on October 4, the TSC CEO Dr Nancy Macharia said the teachers were sent packing and deregistered.

This, therefore, means that they will no longer serve in both private and public schools in Kenya.

750 INDISCIPLINE CASES

750 cases have been settled so far. Many of these cases border on carnal knowledge between learners and teachers in both primary and secondary schools.

250 indiscipline cases are yet to be determined.

Most teacher indiscipline cases are supposed to be resolved within three months.

Previously, the cases would last up to six months but now the commission has upped its game since it is more determined to conclude the cases within the shortest time possible.

1077 TEACHERS

According to the Teachers Service Commission Chief Executive Officer Dr Macharia’s report dated March 13, 1, 077 teachers had been dismissed over the past eight years for engaging in sexual activities with learners.

According to a report tabled before the Senate Education Committee, 88 teachers who were sacked hail from Kakamega, 61 from Kisii, 53 from Kitui, Homabay had 61 while Siaya had 46 cases.

Dr. Macharia, therefore, implored upon all the education stakeholders to address the looming crisis before it takes a toll on the education sector in Kenya.

TEENAGE PREGNANCIES
Dr Macharia further added that 0nly 2 % of teenage pregnancies were linked to teachers. Narok county is the most affected with more than 60 % of teenage pregnancies.

Other key perpetrators include parents, relatives and Boda Boda riders.

Religious leaders also requested the Ministry of Education to vet sex education curriculum as a way of curbing premarital sex among learners.

At a forum that brought together key education stakeholders among them NCCK, SUPKEM and KCPF, majority of the participants insisted that sex education materials which benefit learners should be disseminated but parents must be involved at all levels.

They however blatantly rejected any content meant to promote the use of contraceptives among learners.

KNUT’S HARD STANCE

According to KNUT’S Hesborne Otieno, the union will not tarnish its name while protecting teachers who sexually harass learners.

Consequently, any teacher found in the act will not enjoy the privilege of KNUT lawyers since this is a violation of the TSC code of conduct.

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