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TSC Responds to the Plights of Lydia Ireri who camped out of TSC offices seeking justice

Yesterday several media houses highlighted the plight of teacher Lydia Ireri who had camped outside the TSC offices with an infant the whole day seeking to be addressed by the TSC CEO Nancy Macharia.

Lydia Ireri from Nyeri County lamented that she was being frustrated by TSC officials who reportedly revoked her letter of appointment. This made her miss out on her salary since March.

“I need help. I am a trained teacher from the University of Nairobi and I have my TSC number. I have been registered since 2017 and I was recruited in August 2019 at ACK Canon Mweri Secondary in Kilifi County. However, I never received my appointment letter,” she lamented.

She stated that she is being taken in circles while trying to get her appointment letter and has never received salary since the month of match.

She would later receive her letter in July 2020 and her principal wrote her a casualty form to enable her to receive her salary. Ireri added that the casualty form was never submitted at TSC headquarters. Efforts to get aid from TSC was futile as she was told that the “letter was stolen”.

Allegation also emerged that she shared a TSC number with another teacher. While camping outside TSC headquarters, Ireri further stated that the guards threatened to arrest her for having an illegal TSC appointment letter.

Moments after her plight went viral on media the TSC has finally responded to her plight.

In a statement released to the public, TSC noted that their attention had been drawn to the report about her status through social media.

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TSC confirmed that she was recruited but had not been posted due to Covid 19 pandemic. The statement further affirmed that she will be posted once schools reopen.

“Our attention is drawn to some social media reports about the status of teacher Lydia Ireri’s job. She was recruited but has not been posted due to Covid 19 pandemic. Posting letter will be issued when schools re-open.” TSC Statement Read.

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