Approximately 3,500 teachers and TSC employees to miss on the April payroll says Macharia in a Circular

The TSC Secretary in a Circular dated 14 April,addressed the issue of teachers who and the commission’s staff members who did not adhere to filing their 2017/2019 wealth declaration forms.
The circular is brief and to the point, it explains that the 3,500 TSC employees have to be out of the payroll until they fully elaborate why they did not file their wealth declaration forms

The circular insists that  all  the TSC employees that’s ; including teachets, just like all the workers in the formal sector,are always required to declare their 2017/2019 Income, Assets, and Liabilities by 31 December in an online portal created by TSC.

This is what’s quoted from the circular;

“Over 3,500 employees; secretariat staff and teachersdid not declare their Wealth within the stipulated deadline. Consequently, the Commission has stopped the employees’ salaries for Non-Compliance from March and April 2020 payrolls,” says the TSC Boss in the circular.

In The circular Nancy Macharia concluded that, For the teachers and staff to be reinstated into the TSC payroll they will be required to write an letter through their immediate Supervisor/Head teacher/Principal to explain why they did not adhere to the instructions to declare their wealth as required by the kenyan law.
School heads must also give evidence that the teacher is indeed in active service.

“The Headteacher/Principal/Supervisor to confirm in writing that the employee has been in active service and /or has been teaching all along. The letter should be validated and forwarded to TSC Headquarters by the TSC County Director/TSC Sub-County,” reads the circular

Below is the circular:

TSC circular dated 14th April,that indicates why some teachers are going to miss from the payroll

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