The UDA government will scrap the controversial transfer of teachers, known as delocalisation, as a way to protect teachers’ families.
While campaigning in Kathangariri, Manyatta District, Embu County, Kwanza Kenya partner Rigathi Gachagua said the Teachers Service Council (TSC) move has had a negative effect of breaking up families because teachers have been left behind.
“When Kenya Kwanza comes into government, we will stop this divisive program. “We will not participate in the elimination of jobs,” he said.
The government also said it would hire an additional 100,000 teachers as a way to tackle the problem of student-teacher ratios in schools. “Furthermore, teachers will work with 35 students in each class,” said the Mathira MP.
Gachagua also said that the UDA government will reduce the contribution from the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) for poor families. “Also, we will reduce the fee from sh500 to sh300,” he said. “We are tired of raising funds to cover the hospital bills.” Mathira MP William Ruto’s government will implement a new service plan for police officers, saying police salaries have not increased since Mwai Kibaki was ousted from power. including salary and allowances.
When we come to power, police officers will not need permission from Harambee House to make financial decisions. We will give full financial autonomy to the Inspector General,” he said.
Gachagua added that police officers will be brought home when they are ready to retire after reaching the age of 50.
Azimio said he would challenge the Coalition Party’s presidential candidate, Raila Odinga, through a presidential debate. “Martha Karua got cold feet after seeing what I did in our fight. “Raila is afraid of what awaits him when he meets Ruto in the presidential debate,” he said. Gachagua accused Odinga of creating the basis to challenge the August 9 results. ”
That’s why IEBC and (Wafula) Chebukati blamed everything. We want to say that if he loses the presidential race, we will not tolerate violence. “I will deal with Rigathi Gachagua, a descendant of Mau Mau,” he said.