Sossion (pictured) has urged teachers to back the alliance “because the Jubilee administration has been an obstacle to the improvement of teachers’ working conditions”. Sossion is on the list of individuals proposed by ODM for nomination to Parliament to represent workers.
But the teachers said he never consulted them.
The Kenya Primary School Heads’ Association and Kenya Union of Post-Primary Education Teachers branch executives met in Sotik and lashed out at Sossion for using his position for personal gain.
“We want to make it clear that we support the Jubilee administration at the moment,” Richard Bett, Kuppet Bomet branch treasurer, said in a statement on behalf of the team.