Retired teachers case marred with confusion as lawyers point fingers

Retired teachers case marred with confusion as lawyers point fingers

The hearing of a case by 52,000 retired teachers seeking Sh43 billion pension arrears turned ugly as counsels engaged in blame game in a Nakuru court.

The counsels Mr Dominic Kimatta representing the retirees, Mr Kahiga Waitindi for the Director of Pensions and Calvins Anyuor (Teachers Service Commission (TSC) failed to agree on the way forward regarding the case.


The court had directed the parties to serve each other with the documents before an application seeking to have the Director of Pensions Shem Nyakutu approve the payment is heard.

Mr Kimata who claimed to be ready for the hearing insisted that it should proceed as per the court schedule but the counsels from the pensions office and the TSC opposed the same claiming they had not served with all the documents.

Mr Kimatta accused the two government offices of conspiring to drag the matter that has been in in court for years.

“The court orders were very clear that the matter shall proceed today, however it seems there is a scheme by the two government bodies to waste more time on the matter which has been pending in court for years,” said Mr Kimatta.

The TSC counsel Mr Anyuor on the other hand however, accused the retired teachers’ lawyer of using delay tactics when serving the court documents.

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