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Court Exonerates Wilson Sossion From The TSC Ban

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A few weeks ago, Kenya Insights published an Opinion article on The Employment and Labour court and why Sossion is a permanent SG of KNUT.

And again, On Monday, a Nairobi-based Employment and Labour Court nullified a notice that TSC Boss Nancy Macharia had gazetted— in November this year—deregistering embattled KNUT Secretary General Wilson Sossion as a teacher and banning him from any teaching profession countrywide.

“Pursuant to section 30 of the TSC Act, the Commission has removed the name of the individual named hereunder (Sossion) from the Register of Teachers. Further, under the law, the individual cannot engage in teaching in any school,” read the gazette notice.

Justice Stephen Radido while delivering the ruling at the Employment and Labour Relations Court in Nairobi stated that TSC notice has been set aside and issued a conservatory order reinstating the expunged KNUT boss back to the teacher’s register.

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Funny enough, Timon Oyucho, the head of a legal team that was representing TSC and Nancy Macharia said that his clients want to expunge the name of Ms. Macharia from the case.

A move that saw the ageing lawyer Paul Muite, who was representing Wilson Sossion, rant out in court. Lawyer Muite said that the genesis of problems in the TSC is individual because of Nancy Macharia.

Last week, Kenyans On Twitter slammed the embattled TSC Boss for running the commission as if it’s her own house.


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