Turn out in large numbers and reelect me, Bungoma County Kuppet Chair urges union members


Bungoma County Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (Kuppet) chairman David Barasa has asked its members to turn out in large numbers to reelect him.

Speaking in Bungoma, barasa said that during his stint as the Chairman, many things have so far improved in the county including championing for the rights of teachers.

The Kuppet Bungoma branch has been slated for February 27 where teachers who are the union members will turn up to elect new officials.

He said that they have expanded the teacher’s welfare organization like the vibrant burial and benevolent scheme and will continue doing well once reelected.

“As a union we have signed an MOU with Kibabii University where 157 teachers have enrolled to upgrade their CVs through a 15 percent reduction in school fees,” he said.

The union has also sponsored 83 teachers to be trained as KNEC examiners in Nairobi through career development.

Barasa who is inclined to the current team of Augustine Luketelo and Madam Rebecca Masibayi emphasized on the need of team work.

“We have worked together so well to deliver services and teachers services are well catered for and are also working with other teachers organizations like ministries, TSC and Kessha and have brought on board all of them to help resolve any problem that befalls the branch,” said Barasa.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here