Knut rejects Sh13.4bn payrise in three phases

"The government must take up this matter quickly and unlock the stalemate. We shall not even accept the harmonisation of the salaries” Knut chairman, Wilson Sossion. Photo/ANTHONY OMUYA

What you need to know:

  • Sossion rejects offer as “a mockery” and asks teachers to remain on strike despite an order by Mutula to report back to work stations on Thursday morning

Kenya National Union of Teachers has rejected a Sh13.4 billion offer by the government, which was to be implemented in three phases.


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