Dr. Nancy Macharia is expected to continue in service for the next five years.
She has shown to be legible for the next term as she is hardworking and smart brained.
The term of Dr Nancy Macharia is set to expire this year on 30th June 2020, having served in this capacity for five years, since her appointment on 30th June 2015. However, Nancy is still eligible for a second term, which is supposed to last for other five years.
With the outbreak of the Covid 19 pandemic, all governments have drawn attention to how the dreaded virus can be contained. As a result, Dr Nancy Macharia might enjoy a grace period as the commission’s CEO, having exhausted her legally allocated time, awaiting resumption and appointment of new commissions executive by the government.
Nancy Macharia is currently the 9th Commission Secretary after Mr Jesse Muhoro, who headed it between 1967 to 1974, then to Mr James Kamunge, commonly remembered because of the Kamunge report, who headed it between 1974 to 1977, then Mr Duncan Mwangi from 1978 to 1980, Mr Joseph Lijembe between 1980 to 1982, Mr Jackson Kang’ali from 1982 to 1998. Benjamin Sogomo took over from Jackson and headed TSC between 1998 to 2003, then Mr James Ongwae between 2003 to 2004, who then exited for Lengoboini then her.
All teachers and person of interests remain attentive to see what transpires, since of late there has been bad blood between the Commission’s CEO and several dignitaries like William Sossion who was recently deregistered, besides the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) being crippled financially.