As August elections draws nearer. Politicians have continued to roll out their manifesto in a way to woo voters to consider their bid in succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta as the next president of the republic of Kenya.
Yesterday, the Orange Democratic Movement party leader while speaking to leaders in Gatanga, Murang’a County. He assured leaders that he will ensure inclusivity in his government if given mandate to lead Kenyans
Raila spoke high of teaching profession saying they provide commendable service to the republic. Raila assured teachers that they will be assisted in terms of remuneration and good working condition.
“Teachers are very important in our country. I want them to be assisted in terms of remuneration and good working conditions so that they offer the best services to our children, “said Raila. Should Raila’s manifesto be implemented.
Teachers will reap big as it’s the first time there issues are being addressed by this year’s presidential candidate
The teacher’s unions are also currently pushing the Teachers Service Commission and Salary and remuneration commission to consider increasing teachers pay in the next financial budget. Teachers to Smile All the Way to the Bank as New Details Emerge on Raila’s New Promise on Salary Pay