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In addressing and finalizing the issue, President Kenyatta said the driving motive must be the national interest, especially the interest of the young people.
“I expect the process to proceed expeditiously in order that no disruption to the learning of our children is occasioned,” President Kenyatta said.
Noting that the dispute between TSC, KNUT and KUPPET is long standing, President Kenyatta said sobriety and dialogue should be embraced in addressing the issue.
The President reiterated that his Government attaches paramount importance to the education sector, especially the education of the young people.
In this regard, the Head of State said the single largest allocation in the national budget goes to the education sector.
Noting that the sector faces many challenges including shortage of teaching staff, the President said in the current budget before Parliament, the Government has made provision for the recruitment of 10,000 new teachers.