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Wakanyama

Village Elder
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tumwalimu sasa tumegoma,lakini pesa hakuna,huwezi force mwajiri yako akuongeze kwa nguvu,why don't they do the honourable thing and resign enmasse
 
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The government entered into an agreement with the teachers. It undertook to increase their salaries. The Courts cannot and did not impose conditions [such as how much a teacher is to be paid] on the government. It only recognized that there was an agreement between the teachers and the government - similar to collective bargaining agreements that exist between other employers and employees - and the government dishonoured the agreement. The courts had not option but to call upon the government to honour the agreement. The government brought this on itself. It poured blazing hot charcoal and hot ashes on its own head.
 

Wakanyama

Village Elder
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The government entered into an agreement with the teachers. It undertook to increase their salaries. The Courts cannot and did not impose conditions [such as how much a teacher is to be paid] on the government. It only recognized that there was an agreement between the teachers and the government - similar to collective bargaining agreements that exist between other employers and employees - and the government dishonoured the agreement. The courts had not option but to call upon the government to honour the agreement. The government brought this on itself. It poured blazing hot charcoal and hot ashes on its own head.
The government entered into an agreement with the teachers. It undertook to increase their salaries. The Courts cannot and did not impose conditions [such as how much a teacher is to be paid] on the government. It only recognized that there was an agreement between the teachers and the government - similar to collective bargaining agreements that exist between other employers and employees - and the government dishonoured the agreement. The courts had not option but to call upon the government to honour the agreement. The government brought this on itself. It poured blazing hot charcoal and hot ashes on its own head.
so if the gov refuse to pay them they will auction kenya? Wakwende huko
 

Ka-Buda

Village Elder
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I dont know the first thing about Employment Rights etc. as defined by the Kenyan Law But i know from my own observation that Teachers and members of the Police service in any "Developed" country shouldn`t have to waste their time demonstrating instead of doing their jobs. In any developed country,these career choices are very highly respected and well Paid because they are the pillars of any Functioning society.
 
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so if the gov refuse to pay them they will auction kenya? Wakwende huko
Two options:
1. Teachers will cave in within two months (loans)
2. Parents will get agitated and will force the govt to cave in if it is protracted more than two months, if the govt plays its normal politics option 1 will happen. If option 2 happens, they will get much much less than the 50-60%.
Both the govt and the teachers are at the mercies of the general public. You know who will win.
That is why i always say, the primary role of any govt is to ensure there are more poor people than rich people.
 
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