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TSC takes action after Parents burnt teacher to death

The late Madam Daisy Mbathe Mbaluka, a teacher at Ndooni Primary School, Endau Zone, Mutitu Sub-county, Kitui County. The late madam Daisy was burnt to death by parents.
The late Madam Daisy Mbathe Mbaluka, a teacher at Ndooni Primary School, Endau Zone, Mutitu Sub-county, Kitui County. The late madam Daisy was burnt to death by parents.

The Teachers Service Commission,  TSC, has taken action after parents killed Madam Daisy Mbathe Mbaluka, a teacher at Ndooni Primary School, Endau Zone, Mutitu Sub-county, Kitui County, in unclear circumstances. The Commission has since withdrawn all the remaining six teachers from the school.

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Here is the communique from TSC:

“The Teachers Service Commission has learnt with great sadness the death of Daisy Mbathe Mbaluka, a teacher at Ndooni Primary School, Endau Zone, Mutitu Sub-county, Kitui County, in unclear circumstances.

Reports from our Field Officers in Mutitu indicate that a group of parents stormed the school on Monday morning (6Th January 2020) and closed it for undisclosed reasons. It was later reported that Madam Mbathe Mbaluka had been burnt to death.

The Commission regrets the unfortunate death of the teacher and takes this opportunity to condole with her family, relatives, friends and pupils and teachers of Ndooni Primary School.

The Commission wishes to assure them that it is working with other government agencies to establish the circumstances under which the teacher met her death.

In view of the above the Commission wishes to state as follows;
  •  It strongly condemns the unfortunate death of the teacher as there are better ways of resolving whatever issue may have contributed to the death of Madam Mbaluka.
  • The Commission has with immediate effect withdrawn the six TSC teachers who have been working at the school.
  • Further, the Commission will not post any teacher to Ndooni Primary School until the security of our teachers is assured.

In conclusion, the Commission wishes to inform the public that it takes the safety and security of all its teachers seriously.

Further, the Commission will not hesitate to take necessary measures, including petitioning for the closure of institutions where the security of teachers is at risk.”

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