Teachers across this country have now received bad news as the Kenya National Union Of Teachers (KNUT) delivers this crucial message over the retirement age.

Kenya National Union Of Teachers (KNUT) has been a very strong union which channels the teacher’s grievances to the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).

Actually teachers who are registered as the members of Kenya National Union Of Teachers ( KNUT) are usually deducted some amount to make the union run properly without any difficult

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Unfortunately teachers have received bad news as the Kenya National Union Of Teachers (KNUT) changes tune over the retirement age. According to the reliable sources KNUT has extended the retirement age from 60 years to 65 years.

This means that all workers in the Kenya National Union Of Teachers will stay longer in the office than before.

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