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National Police warns individuals planning to disrupt teachers training

The National Police Service of Kenya has issued a stern warning against individuals who will disrupt teachers training that is underway.

The four days of training exercise has been attracted resistance from the Kenya National teachers Union (KNUT) who demand their concerns to be addressed first.

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The National Police Service is, however, acting on instructions given by their County and sub-County commanders under the supervision of Regional Commanders to ensure the training runs smoothly.

Issuing out a warning, the National Police said that they will not allow anyone to unlawfully sabotage a legitimate activity of the government and those culpable will be apprehended.

They, however, appealed to anyone opposed to the exercise for whatever reason to follow the laid down procedures to air their grievances instead of taking the law into their own hands.

Education CS Magoha’smessage

The National Police Service warning comes barely a day after the Education CS George Magoha insisted that the teachers training will continue as planned.

CS Magoha was speaking yesterday saying that action will be taken on those individuals who will interfere with the exercise.

Also read: Education CS Magoha insists new curriculum training will continue

He also promised to be part of the team that will make visits in different counties to oversee the exercise.

The government is currently planning to roll out the Competence Based Curriculum (CBC) in Grade four next year.

Berryl Achieng
Kenyan news interests me a lot but I also keep tabs on other news making headlines in Africa and around the world.

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