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The Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) is calling on the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) to ensure that it promptly pays teachers who participate in the administration of the examinations countrywide.

KNUT vice secretary general, Hesbon Otieno said failure to ensure prompt payment may see teachers shy away from administrations o examinations in the future.

Otieno who was speaking during this year’s Bondo KNUT branch annual general meeting said there is need for the examinations body to give an undertaking that the perennial trend where payment for invigilators, examiners, and supervisors delays will be a thing of the past and that those who take part in the exercise will not have to push KNEC for the release of their dues.

 The vice secretary general also faulted the Teachers’ Service Commission (TSC) for delaying to remit statutory deductions to the various medical schemes that teachers have subscribed to, lamenting that the move is seriously affecting the teachers.

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