On behalf of TSC I wish all teachers a happy Mashujaa Day.
On this occasion, we celebrate our freedom heroes whose sacrifice earned us the freedom we enjoy today.
The fact that this year’s Mashujaa Day comes amidst the Covid-19 pandemic should not dampen our spirit.
Indeed, the pandemic has brought out amazing creativity in our teachers who have continued building the nation in these extraordinary times.
The Commission notes with great appreciation that our teachers have been sharing Covid-19 safety messages with their leaners and communities over the last seven months.
Besides, many teachers have been engaging learners with lessons, life skills and guidance and counselling sessions either online or face to face where conditions permit.
This is not only heroism but also patriotism. I sincerely thank you for this.
As we embark on the phased reopening of schools, I encourage you to play your part as a societal role model more prominently.
Many people in and out of school will always remember to wear face masks, wash their hands and keep social distance when they see you doing so.
Our freedom heroes fought a different battle and gave us independence, you and I are the champions who will crush the Covid-19 pandemic.
In fact, a teacher’s awesome influence is captured by American historian Henry B. Adams in his famous quote:
“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops”
Happy Mashujaa Day.
DR NANCY MACHARIA, CBS
Thank you, mama.
Happy Mashujaa day to you,wewe ni shujaa wangu.
Thanks Dr.Nancy Macharia for the comments on teachers and our country at large as we celebrate Mashujaa we are unique and important and we should appreciate ourselves and strive to make our society and our country better by working together in unity and living well.Happy Mashujaa Day too.
Thanks Dr.Nancy Macharia for the message to the teachers and our country.As we celebrate Mashujaa Day we are unique and important,in this regard we should strive to work and mentor learners in society who will be good experts, professors and leaders even as we work in unity and love towards enhancing our Huduma to this great nation.Happy Mashujaa Day too.
Thanks madam Macharia,Only that you not cosindering the future teachers.Teachers who did application for Tsc jobs in different counties being intimated.Why do you adopt delocalize teachers and it not working.Some of officers in sub counties are not honest.We moved all over the country for interview and mistreated hence tribalism practised.God will provide,the cry of the oppressed.
Thanks Dr.Nancy Macharia for the message to the teachers and our country.As we celebrate Mashujaa Day we are unique and important,in this regard we should strive to work and mentor learners in society who will be good experts, professors and leaders even as we work in unity and love towards enhancing our Huduma to this great nation.Happy Mashujaa Day too.Am Teacher Patrick
What happened to B. O. M since the ministry assured them that they will be paid for six months..You only paid high school teachers and no payments made-up to the primary BOM.
Thank you for the message. How i wish you took bold steps to clean the ongoing teachers recruitment exercise. kindly know that there are teacher who trained as early as 2009,2010,2011 and have not yet been recruited. yet we see those who graduated in 2019 and 2020 are being recruited. Some injustice is going to hurt the teaching fratenity for those uneployed. madam, why cant TSC go by years of graduation so that one doesnt stay for 10 years.
Madam the truth is that you hate teachers and lead them with an iron feast.show them some appreciation.Treat knut and kuppet equally. Why finish the giant union. We will live to blame you forever.
Thank you madam but I celebrated the mashujaa day with anxiety waiting for my posting letter since filling employment letter in February. What could be cooking we’re in darkness please put us clear when should we expect them