TVET institutions in Kenya, we’ve got some juicy news for you! The Ministry of Education has a crucial message to deliver, and it’s all about delaying the transfer of principals. Yep, you heard it right. No moving around just yet!
One of the principals received a letter of deployment to a different institution, but guess what? He’s still sitting tight in his current position. Talk about a twist of fate! It seems like the Ministry is taking inputs from college administrations and other education stakeholders before shuffling the cards.
Now, hold onto your seats because we’re about to spill the tea on some specific cases. Rumor has it that Catherine Kelonye was all set to pack her bags from Kabete National Polytechnic and head to Kisumu National Polytechnic. Her destination? Taking over Michael Musuya’s post at Friends College Kaimosi. But hold your horses, because apparently, Musuya might not have retired after all. Oops, talk about a mix-up!
And let’s not forget about Patrick Muchemi, the mastermind behind Mukurweni TTI in Nyeri County. Word on the street was that he was ready to follow Okumu to Kabete National Polytechnic. But who knows? There might be a surprise waiting for Muchemi at Kipkabus TTI. Maybe a vice principal taking the reins? We’ll have to wait and see!
Now, let’s talk about Dr. Rosebella Chukwu. She was all set to take over the role at the Sang’alo Institute of Science and Technology in Bungoma County. But guess what? Charles Koech, the principal of Eldoret National Polytechnic, is ready to swoop in and take her place. Looks like a game of musical chairs, doesn’t it?
Here’s the kicker, these unexpected actions by the Ministry’s Directorate of Technical and Vocational Education have caught everyone off guard. It seems like they’re shaking things up over the summer, and nobody saw it coming. It’s like a plot twist in a thrilling movie!