Uhuru Nominates Five Members To TSC To Fill TSC Commissioner Slots

Uhuru Nominates Five Members To TSC To Fill TSC Commissioner Slots

President Uhuru Kenyatta has nominated five members to the Teachers Service Commission to fill commissioner slots.

The names of the nominees were submitted by the President to Parliament for approval hearing on Thursday.

The five nominees are Dr Nicodemus Anyang, Christine Kahindi, Sharon Kisire, Anneta Wafukho and Salesa Abudo, who were among the 35 people that submitted their applications for the posts.

Dr Anyang is Deputy Director of Education at the Ministry of Education.

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Sharon Kisire is a human resources professional with experience in organizational management. She holds several awards on excellence in human capital management and also have a wealth of experience in governance matters from several board roles she holds. She is the first woman to be appointed CPS chief examiner for KASNEB in June 2011 and is recipient of Head of State Commendation (HSC), 2009.

National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi referred the names to the Departmental Committee on Education chaired by Busia MP Florence Mutua.

The committee has 21 days to consider the suitability of the nominees and report back to Parliament.

“Conscious of the central role of the commission in the education sector and noting the unprecedented nature of the early learning and basic education calendar for the years 202, 2021 and 2022, the President has requested the National Assembly consider the nominees on a priority basis,” Muturi said.

“Noting that the House will proceed on its normal long recess from 20th August, 2021 in accordance with its published calendar, the committee should expeditiously notify the nominees and the general public of the time and place for holding the approval hearings and thereafter, submit the same to enable the House to consider the matter within the statutory timelines.”

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