Government to Ban Alcohol-Consuming Teachers from TSC Employment
Government to Ban Alcohol-Consuming Teachers from TSC Employment. Farouk Kibet, President William Ruto‘s personal assistant, is promoting the formulation and passage of a law on Sunday that would forbid teachers who use alcohol from working for the government.
During an event at a school in Uasin Gishu County, Farouk made a connection between the need for the new law and the crucial role that teachers play as role models for pupils. He claimed that teachers have a fundamental duty to ensure that they are never under the influence in educational settings.
He specifically directed Kimani Ichung’wah, the majority leader of the National Assembly, to draft and approve the required legislation.
Kibet reiterated that the main factor to be taken into account when interviewing candidates for teaching posts should be their drinking patterns.
Farouk argued that getting an education is the main reason children go to school, something that is regularly hampered by teachers who occasionally drink alcohol.
Ichung’wah delayed certifying the motion’s immediate filing for parliamentary discussion.
Given the opportunity to speak, the Kikuyu lawmaker decided to discuss Farouk’s significant influence within President William Ruto’s administration.
Without Farouk’s consent, it is impossible to contact the President. He said even Cabinet Secretaries have to go via him to meet with the President.
Kibet disclosed the existence of local authorities who, in his opinion, have been deceitfully abusing parents throughout the Turbo event.
He explained that these figures would routinely take pictures alongside him and other powerful politicians. With these images in hand, the con artists go on to steal large sums of money from helpless parents by pretending to help connect their kids with jobs.
A school in Nandi County received a second bus that Farouk provided.
“Rural students have hope for a better education. According to him, parents must make sure that their kids can compete intellectually with other Kenyans.
Kibet warned students against getting married before they are of legal age and mentioned that it is a regional issue during the event.