27 February 2013
Kenya: We Are Not Partisan - Knut
By Gilbert Kimutai
Teachers are free to elect their own leaders, Knut chairman Wilson Sossion has said.
Sossion said the union respect its members democratic right to make personal decision on who they wish to support for presidency. "All our teachers are free to support whoever they want to," he said during a teachers workshop in Bomet on Saturday.
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