Wilson Sossion In New Clash With TSC Over His Sacking

Wilson Sossion In New Clash With TSC Over His Sacking

Kenya National Union of Teachers Secretary General Wilson Sossion has chided the Teachers Service Commission for firing him saying you cannot allege to fire someone who left on his own volution more than 15 years ago.
In a letter addressed to Wilson Sossion, who is also a nominated Member of Parliament, the Commission through its chief executive Nancy Macharia informed him that his employment to the commission had been terminated.
Wilson Sossion was fired after failing to resign from the commission when he received the parliament nomination from the Orange Democratic Movement.
The law requires that any civil servant who receives a political nomination or decides to run for such an office must inform their employer and resign.
Alongside Wilson Sossion, the commission has also moved to fire Omboko Milemba, Emuhaya MP and KUPPET chairman and Ronald Tonui, Bomet Central MP and KUPPET assistant treasurer.
But in a quick rejoinder, Wilson Sossion has accused TSC of malice and lashed out at Nancy Macharia for being in bed with those seeking political mileage.
The secretary general says he resigned as a public school teacher in 2001 and has only been receiving pension from the commission. He claims there was no need to notify the commission of his nomination when he had resigned years ago.
He says the termination does not hold water.

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