May 18, 2022

Never depart from the law, Koome tells TSC commissioners

CJ Martha Koome

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CJ Martha Koome

Chief Justice Martha Koome has urged the TSC commissioners to follow the law and ensure every child has access to education.

Koome said that even though the commissioners are getting into the office, their leadership should be the light that shines.

“Even though you come into the office during these dark times, your leadership should be the light that shines through and helps our nation wade through these trying times,” Koome said on Monday. She was swearing-in five new TSC commissioners.

The five new sworn in commissioners were approved by MPs to be members of the Teachers Service Commission last week.

The MPs said that Nicodemus Ojuma Anyang, Christine Kahindi, Sharon Kisire, Annceta Wafukho, and Salesa Adano Abudo were found suitable to serve in the commission.

“I would urge you as Commissioners of the Teachers Service Commission to use the opportunity availed by your appointment to do all you can to ensure our education system does not leave any groups behind,” Koome said.

“I would urge you as Commissioners of the Teachers Service Commission to use the opportunity availed by your appointment to do all you can to ensure our education system does not leave any groups behind,” she said.

She added that the Coronavirus pandemic should force Kenyans to look at the education system and re-imagine it anew.

“I would urge you as Commissioners of the Teachers Service Commission to use the opportunity availed by your appointment to do all you can to ensure our education system does not leave any groups behind,” she said.

Koome said the pandemic should force Kenyans to look at the education system and re-imagine it anew.

The five will replace Beatrice Adu, Mbarak Twahir, Kinoti Imanyara, Albert Ekirapa, and Tache Gollo whose terms expired.

 

 

 

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