The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has sent six new teachers to Itumbe DOK Primary School in Kisii County to replace the six who were interdicted on Thursday for allegedly coercing Grade Two students to commit indecent acts.
Teachers James Oigoro Ocharo, Wilfred Momanyi Ochenge, Florence Nyabuto, Isaac Osoro, Morara George Igworo, and Odong’a Obedi Nyanchong’i were transferred to DOK Primary School with immediate effect, according to six separate letters dated February 3 and penned by Nyamache Sub-County TSC director James Wanyela.
Ocharo will be leaving Giasaiga DEB Primary School, while Ochenge and Nyabuto will be leaving Bosana DEB Primary School and Mosasa DOK Primary School, respectively.
Osoro and Igworo have likewise been transferred from Kionduso PAG Primary School and Itibonge Primary School correspondingly while Nyanchong’i has been posted to the school after being assigned to Nyamache Sub-County.
“Ensure you hand over all the school property in your possession before you proceed to your new station,” reads one of the letters.
“By copy of this letter, both head teachers are required to inform this office and the secretary Teachers Service Commission of the date you are released and received at your new station through a casualty/ appointment return.”
The interdicted teachers; Everlyne Moraa, Angelica Joseph, Catherine Mokaya, Moraa Nyairo, William Isuka and Gladys Kenyanya were on Thursday found to have breached clauses 9 (1) and (c) (11) of the Third Schedule of the TSC Act, 2012 as well as subjected the minors to psychological torture and embarrassment by sharing the video clip of them performing the indecent acts.
TSC directed the interdicted teachers to immediately vacate office and submit their defence responses within 21 days
Letter of Interdiction
Reasons that can lead to interdiction of a teacher in Secondary and Primary Schools by TSC
The following are reasons that can easily instigate the interdiction of a teacher by the commission;
Cases of immoral behaviour.
Neglect of duty.
Desertion of duty.
Mismanagement of public funds.
Conviction of criminal offence
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