Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has assured teachers that the recruitment interviews that were slated to start on Monday September 28, are still on course.
Beatrice Wababu, who is the Head of Corporate Affairs has urged teachers to brush off fake news being peddled by social media users.
In a statement, Wababu dismissed claims that recruitment interviews have been cancelled and teachers should be more vigilant not to fall prey to these unscrupulous social media users.
She said: “Contrary to some fake news circulating on social media, TSC has not cancelled the ongoing recruitment of teachers. Once again we wish to advise applicants and the general public to be vigilant of individuals and social media accounts that specialize in spreading fake news.”
TSC has not cancelled the ongoing recruitment of teachers. We wish to advise applicants and the general public to be vigilant of individuals and social media accounts that specialize in spreading fake news. pic.twitter.com/aS1Vo2lWTv
— TSC (@TSC_KE) September 30, 2020
According to TSC September/October Recruitment, interviews were to done at selected areas in counties between Monday September 28, 2020 and Friday October 2, 2020.
Prospective TSC employees were to receive invitation messages. However, Jambo News has established that applicants are yet to receive invitation messages. It is this delay that has sent jitters to applicants, leaving them with many unanswered questions.
Should everything go as planned by the teacher employer, successful applicants will report to their respective work stations from the 4th of January 2021. The teachers will be given 21 days open window within which to report to the school.