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DP Gachagua Alleges The Bribe Chebukati Refused During The Announcement Of Election Results

by Paul Mbogga
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Rigathi Gachagua, the deputy president of Kenya, alleged on Sunday 15th 2023 at the Bomet Stadium that Wafula Chebukati, the IEBC Chairman, refused a bribe worth 1 billion in order to declare Raila Odinga as the president in the August 2022 General elections.

Gachagua made the revelation during the Kenya Kwanza Alliance’s thanksgiving ceremony that was aimed at celebrating their victory in the concluded elections.

The DP said that things were terrible at Bomas before the elections were announced. He (the DP) claimed that some people had been sent with Ksh 1 billion to bribe Chebukati. In addition, top army officials were sent to intimidate him but Chebukati remained steadfast.

Gachagua praised the GSU officers led by their commander for taking charge at Bomas on that day. They resorted to praying until the tense situation was brought to sanity. In the elections, president William Ruto was announced as the winner beating Raila Odinga with over 200,000 votes.

All instructors who worked as interns in 2022 will be given permanent, pensionable employment through the Teachers’ Service Commission.

The cohort will be incorporated into the ongoing teacher recruitment process, according to a memo from the commission’s interim director of staffing, Joseph Mugele, as the government looks to hire 35,550 teachers this month to close the teacher-to-student ratio deficit.

“The interviews for the exercise commence on Friday, January 13 and recruitment documents are scheduled for February 6,” reads the memo dated January 11, 2023.

After TSC CEO Nancy Macharia disclosed the commission was short 114,581 teachers in October, President William Ruto stated that the recruitment of the 35,550 teachers is the first stage of absorbing a planned 116,000 instructors.

Ten thousand of these will have permanent, pensionable jobs, according to TSC’s announcement from last month, while the remaining 25,550 will be internships.

The remaining 9,000 instructors would be divided across primary and secondary schools, making up the remaining 10,000 teachers.

The junior secondary schools will receive 21,550 intern seats, while the remaining 4,000 interns will be sent to the primary schools.

The remaining 9,000 instructors would be divided across primary and secondary schools, making up the remaining 10,000 teachers. The junior secondary schools will receive 21,550 intern seats, while the remaining 4,000 interns will be sent to the primary schools.

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