Gov’t Promised to Employ More JSS Teachers

Gov’t Promised to Employ More JSS Teachers

Gov’t Promised to Employ More JSS Teachers

In an effort to alleviate the existing shortage, the government plans to hire additional junior secondary school (JSS) teachers in the upcoming fiscal year.All JSS instructors who are interns will work full-time at that time, with government funding provided for the program.

According to Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro, Parliament through a supplementary budget had allocated funds for employing more teachers.

Speaking in Kikopey Gilgil during a harambee, Nyoro said that the government had also set aside an extra Ksh 5 billion for capitation in schools.“In the next financial year all interns serving as JSS teachers will be employed permanently as we get more teachers,” he said.

The MP supported the administration in the face of rising living expenses that have driven up the cost of necessities.He said that the subsidized fertilizer program was to blame for the decrease in maize flour prices.

He continued by saying that the nation’s economic growth was among the best in the world, despite the public outrage.”The government is addressing this and we have set funds to boast all cash crops, but we understand the public outcry,” he said.Speakers included Martha Wangari, the Gilgil MP, who praised the church for its social role.

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