KNUT Boss Collins Oyuu Lands New Job

KNUT Boss Collins Oyuu Lands New Job

KNUT Boss Collins Oyuu Lands New Job

Collins Oyuu, the Secretary-General of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT), has been appointed by  Ezekiel Machogu, the Education Cabinet Secretary, to the Kenya National  Qualifications Authority (KNQA). Oyuu was named to the authority on Friday along with four other people for a three-year term, according to a Gazette Notice.

Michael Kuria, CEO of the Commission for University Education, Jacqueline Mugo, CEO of the Federation of Kenya Employers, and Kipkirui Lang’at, director general of TVET, are the other appointees.The improvement of Kenya’s national examination standards is their main duty in this new position.

This appointment is notable because it occurs at the same time when secondary pupils are getting ready for the KCSE exams, which will be administered from October 23 to November 24, 2023.The Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) and Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) are scheduled to start on Monday, October 30, and end on Wednesday, November 1.

President William Ruto also appointed geologist Sophia Kutiti to lead the Mineral Rights Board for a period of three years. In her position, Kutiti will assist Mining CS Salim Mvurya with administrative duties, including as approving and canceling licenses and allocating locations for mining operations.

Additionally, Ruto renewed Professor Justin Irina’s five-year appointment as the Chancellor of Murang’a University of Technology.Timothy Ruhiu Irimu was appointed by Florence Bore, the Labour Cabinet Secretary, to the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health for a three-year term.

Nickson Wanjau was appointed by Chief Justice Martha Koome to the Auctioneers Licensing Board for a three-year term beginning on October 23, 2023.

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