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Isiolo Teacher Sacco on the spot over alleged Sh77m loss

About 300 teachers who are members of the Isiolo Teachers' Sacco have threatened to sue its employees who are implicated in the loss of Sh77 million.

The teachers, who accused some sacco employees of fraudulently obtaining the amount, leaving its coffers dry, have threatened to withdraw from the sacco.

Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (Kuppet) Isiolo branch Secretary Mwiti Gichunge said though a tribunal and an inquiry committee had been formed to investigate the suspected fraud in 2015, no action has been taken.

Fraudsters targeting teachers’ bank loans

A network of fraudsters has been stealing the identities of teachers and obtaining bank loans in Kiambu and Nyeri counties.

This was revealed after atwo women were arrested at the TSC offices in Kiambu last week seeking the processing of a Sh. 1.5 million loan using stolen personal details of a teacher. The two women had sought for the loan from a bank branch in Limuru using details of a teacher at Muchatha Primary School.

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EDUCATION Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has cautioned universities against admitting unqualified students, especially politicians who he said are keen to acquire certificates ahead of the next General Election.

“I am aware that the political season is here with us again and politicians are running to our institutions to obtain papers in the shortest time possible,” said Dr Matiang’i.

He went on: “Kindly note that all students admitted into your programmes must meet the minimum admission requirements and contact hours for teaching.”