Kisii county Kenya Secondary schools Heads association (KESSHA) chairman Jairus Onchoke has hailed President Uhuru Kenyatta for the directive to the teachers services commission(TSC ) to review the delocalization of teachers.
Mr.onchoke said the directive comes in aid of helping the educators More so who have suffered as a result of the transfers.
“We are in support of the President’s directive since the delocalization has affected many teachers,” he said
Onchoke who was spoke to The Daily clock in Kisii town on Thursday noted that there is many factors TSC needs to consider some factors before administering the transfers to other places.
He added that the TSC needs to consider the families and the health status of the teachers .
“We call upon the commission first to consult other stakeholders before giving transfers. The sudden transfers have affected many teachers across the country,” he added
Onchoke said for those who are willing to be transferred should ask for their transfers as well.
This comes after President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday said the delocalization policy will be reviewed to ensure it does not break up families.
President Kenyatta said he had received concerns that some families have been affected by transfer of school administrators to other counties.
Mr Kenyatta directed Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed to finalize the review by the end of this month.