Government To Employ Interns To Fill In The Gap Of Transferred Teachers In North Eastern
The government is planning to employ interns from the North Eastern Region as a way of filling in the gaps of the transferred teachers.
Government spokes-person Cyrus Oguna says that the interns who will be employed will be trained teachers and will help ease the unrest from parents in the region.
The move comes just a few days after a section of leaders from Wajir, Mandera and Garissa counties protested the move by the Teachers Service Commission to transfer teachers from the region.
Oguna says that this will involve holding the consultative meetings with the county leaders to help sort out the whole issue.