Nyamira: MP calls out TSC over basement, urges on the importance of employing more teachers
MP calls for employment of more teachers to curb the rising number of learners, faults TSC over unfairness
West Mugirango MP Stephen Mogaka has called upon the government to recruit more teachers to cirb the shortage in most parts of the country.
Mogaka said shortage of teachers is among the challenges facing the education sector hence therw is need for morw teachers to be recruited.
The MP spoke at Bosiango Secondaru school where he opened a modern ICT lab and also awarded the best students who sat for their last year's KCPE examination.
He gave out Computers and laptops to the institution which will help the teachers and students to carry out learning and reseach mo efficiently.
He said he has given priority to the education sector and will ensure all the shools in his constituency become centres to be admired in education.
The MP also expressed his disatisfaction by yne fact tht many schools do nit have teachers hence there are so many students,calling for the intervention of TSC to curb the shortage.
"My heart is bleeding because we have schools, we have many students but unfortunately we do not have teachers to attend to the learners.That us why I am calling upon the President to ensure our schools get more and more teachers to curb the rising shortage," Mogaka noted.
He faulted a section of leaders who he said have been given the opportunity to ensurw the education sector runs smoothly but have decided to do it their own way.
Mogaka called upon the Teachers Service Commision (TSC) to ensure it recruits teachers without discrimination because all teachers are serving Kenyan children.
"At times, some areas are given enough teachers but some of our revions are either given enough teachers or left out completely.It is my call to tbe TSC to ensure fairness in deploying teachers across the country," he added.