The Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) SG Wilson Sossion has today entered into a signed agreement with Nation Media group (NMG) to charge KNUT members a small fee for ePaper on a monthly basis.
The move will enable all KNUT members to have access to NMG’s ePapers; Daily Nation, Business Daily, Taifa Leo and the East African through the revamped ePaper platform using any smartphone.
According to the press statement seen by Jambo News, the agreement will see teachers access NMG ePapers at reduced cost.
“This agreement allows NMG to distribute its ePaper to all KNUT Members countrywide at a concessionary rate negotiated by KNUT for all teachers across the country,” read part of the statement.
In a press statement, NMG Group CEO could not hide his joy as the move will see more than 180,000 members of KNUT conveniently access unique and high quality content.
“As NMG, we are delighted to enter into this partnership that will allow us to deliver an assortment of unique, high quality content to KNUT’s over 180,000 members, who consist of teachers in our great country. We celebrate and recognise the critical role teachers play in educating and empowering our society.
“As part of our mandate to inform and educate, the teachers can now access information on the latest news across the world as well as our local content. This partnership comes at a time when the ePaper has moved to a new platform the will offer a new exciting and seamless platform so that you can have a better experience and access information comfortably on any device,” said Stephen Gitagama, NMG Group CEO.