The Teachers Service Commission has until January 15 to approve the transfer of all teachers, according to lawmakers.
The deputy ordered secessionist teachers to be brought back to their hometowns.
Education Committee Chairman Julius Melli said he needed information on the January 15 transfer.
“Until January 31, any teacher who wants to cancel the delocalization must be organized,” said Melli.
The deputy chairman of the committee, Malulu Injendi, asked TSC chairman Jamlek Muturi that he did not know why the delocalization was cancelled.
“I think we have to work with the schedule now. “We gave this commission until January to complete all 14,000 jobs,” he said.
TSC’s legal officer asked if the transfer was feasible, but the MP denied the request.
“You’re going to employ over 30,000 teachers, so you have no excuse,” Mellie said.
Last week, TSC CEO Nancy Macharia said there was no need to look for replacements for teachers who had applied for redeployment.
He said TSC will find it difficult to find replacement teachers.
Last week, several members of parliament said that some candidates were asked to find replacements.
“Tell me why some teachers are asked to find other teachers who can replace them when they leave,” Injendi said.
Macharia said it was the mandate of the commission to find a replacement.
“No teacher will be asked to find a replacement. It is up to the TSC to decide who will replace him,” Macharia told the MPs.
But if a replacement is not found, TSC will find an alternative solution
“We will store the teacher’s information in our data bank,” said Macharia.
“However, the principal and vice-principal will have to wait longer for the TSC to approve the transfer.”