Ministry throws a lifeline to Knut chair Nzili in ouster bid

Knut chairman Mudzo Nzili and secretary-general Wilson Sossion during a press briefing earlier this year. PHOTO | ANTHONY OMUYA | NMG
Knut chairman Mudzo Nzili (left) and secretary-general Wilson Sossion during a press briefing earlier this year. PHOTO | ANTHONY OMUYA | NMG 

Embattled Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) chairman Mudzo Nzili on Tuesday got a lifeline after the Ministry of Labour stopped his ouster.

Mr Nzili’s deputy, Samson Kaguma, was also allowed to continue serving until he attains the retirement age of 60 years.

The two had been granted six months mandatory terminal leave last week by secretary-general Wilson Sossion ahead of their retirement.
Mr Kaguma was expected to retire on April 2 while Mr Nzili’s term was to end on May 16.

But in a letter to Mr  Sossion dated November 14, Ms Hellen…

Source – Business Daily

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