Dark Days Ahead For Teachers As NASA's Economic Boycott Might Halt Their Pay Rise

Kenyan Teachers' Salary Raise KUPPET KNUT

The biggest casualties of NASA's ongoing economic boycott will be teachers if their planned pay hike is stopped by the government.
The Kenya National Union of Post Primary Education Teachers(KUPPET) through secretary general Akello Misori has said they have amended their promotion budget from the earlier stated 2 billion to a new figure of 10 billion shillings.
Negotiations are currently ongoing between the union officials and government officials from the education ministry.
The union recognized the fact that the payments will be drastically affected if boycott of companies from which government churns out the most revenue are affected.
Akello Misori asked the Uhuru Kenyatta led government and NASA's Raila Odinga to go to the negotiations table to find a solution to end the current political stalemate.
He also claimed they are not taking sides as a union saying every Kenyan has a right to have a political stand.
This announcement was made after the annual general meeting at Lake Junction in Migori County by secretary general Akello Misori.
NASA has called for total boycott of companies that either fund government or aid in the perennial rigging of elections. Many NASA supporters have since stopped using the products of  Safaricom, Brookside and BIDCO.
Safaricom is already taking a beating following a massive walkout of many of its users who are migrating to Airtel and Telkom.
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