TSC Fires 43 Teachers [LIST]

  • TSC CEO Nancy Macharia addressing teachers at Safari Park Hotel on Tuesday, July 13, 2021
    TSC CEO Nancy Macharia addressing teachers at Safari Park Hotel on Tuesday, July 13, 2021.
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  • The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has deregistered 43 teachers due to indiscipline.

    In a Gazette Notice dated Friday, October 22, TSC CEO, Nancy Macharia, affirmed that the names listed would effectively cease from acting as tutors.

    "In exercise of powers conferred by Section 30 of the TSC Act, the commission wishes to notify the public that the persons whose names are specified in the schedule herein below have been removed from the Register of Teachers pursuant to the provision of Section of 30(2) of the Act," read the notice in part.

    An image of Teachers a classroom with students in a secondary school
    An image of Teachers a classroom with students in a secondary school
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    According to the gazette, the commission determined the cases on September 24, 2021. 

    The TSC boss added that the only way for the 43 teachers to be reinstated is by the directive of the commission.

    She also warned schools, both private and public, not to employ unregistered teachers, failure to which the stipulated school would be guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of not less than Ksh100,000 or an imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or both.

    "A teacher whose name has been removed from the register shall cease to be a teacher for purposes of this Act with effect from the date of such removal."

    "A person shall not engage in the teaching service unless such a person is registered as a teacher under this Act," added the notice.

    The TSC has been increasingly taking disciplinary action against teachers, with the most recent deregistration being in May 2021, when it dismissed 52 teachers over indiscipline. Back in November 2020, 50 teachers had also received marching orders from TSC.

    The listed teachers had cases of indiscipline cases on learners raised against them and were issued notice letters between September 14 and 25, 2020. Similarly, 71 teachers were deregistered in 2017 and 2018 over various offences.

    An undated image of Kenyan students protesting hiked school fees.
    Kenyan students protesting hiked school fees in August 2017.
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    Teacher              TSC Number

    Oscah Odegi -       497992              
    Cosmas Kileta -     384531
    Dennis Okoth -       427138
    Dancan Onyango - 510894
    Gregory Onyango - 304707
    John Njeru -            254649

    Kennedy Mbatha -  637050
    Stephen Kamau -  396441
    Joseph Okumu -   529797
    Douglas Ondieki - 458975
    Bernard Simiyu -   505859
    Kennedy Kambaga - 287085
    Samuel Ndunda - 402903
    Simon Mutie         364316

    Paul Ndive Sila -  197609
    Jonathan Musyini - 531608
    Silas Mbaabu-       651177
    Joseph Mugo -      295343
    Dennis Kimathi -    521212
    Peter Kimotho -    345689
    Boniface Mukoto - 525361
    Nickson Waudo -  648428
    Jael Ater -             333769
    Aggrey Chebulimo - 512260
    Martin Luvisia-    523420
    David Mboga -    407076
    Philip Onyango -  554260
    Onyango Ojwang-  341638

    Zachary Otieno -   501389
    Vincent Wanyonyi - 301002
    Didimo Asuka -     242912
    Tony Pitali -         579321
    Innocent Ogega - 406093
    Pius Sifuna -       393920
    Moses Mwende - 433159
    Ibrahim Opiyo -  627123
    Joseph Kariuki - 463536 
    Moses Odhiambo -591245
    Ali Sanga -         476419
    Shadrack Kioko - 580344
    Peter Eukiri -     262185
    David Otsieno - 678737
    Kevin Kehondo - 545369