The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, has transferred about 12 Principals in Bungoma County. The 12 Principals were transferred in April, 2019, as the Commission carries on with its delocalization programme. The Kenya National Union of Teachers, KNUT, is though opposed to the current delocalization exercise which it is blaming for piling stress to the affected teachers and separation of families. Delocalization of Institutional administrators is provided for in the Collective Bargaining Agreement, CBA, that was negotiated and signed between teachers’ unions and the TSC in October 2016.
Here is the full list of Principals transferred during the April delocalization exercise in Bungoma County:
1). Patrick W. Simiyu- From Mateka Secondary School in Bumula Sub County to Ganjala Secondary in Busia County.
2). Petronilla K. Mabia- From Madisi Friends School in Bungoma East Sub County to St. Paul’s Abwao Secondary in Kisumu County.
3). Kinara Grace- From Karibuni Girls in Bungoma West to Khachonge Girls in Bungoma County.
4). Andrew Muli- From Nakhwana Secondary in Bumula to Ngungi Secondary in Makueni.
5). Oliver Kituyi- From Bungoma Muslim Secondary in Bungoma South to Mudhiero Secondary in Siaya.
6). Emily Nyongesa- From Namunyiri Girls Secondary in Bungoma North to Matawa Secondary in Kakamega
7). Obuya Penina- From Musikoma Secondary in Bungoma South to Bumini Secondary in Kakamega County
8). Washa A. Juliet- From Bishop Okiring Kamuneru in Mt Elgon Sub- County to Kabarnet Hurth Secondary in Baringo County
9). Sarah Nabiswa- From Milimani S.A Secondary in Bungoma North to Shiraha Secondary in Kakamega County
10). Emily Muhonja- From Mwibale Secondary in Bungoma South to St. Paul’s Emulaha in Kakamega County
11). Isabella Nakitare- From St. Bridgits Siumbwa Secondary in Bungoma North to Kiborom Secondary in Uasin Gishu County.
12). Temtila Misiko- From Khachonge Girls Secondary in Bungoma Central to Bishop Sulumeti in Kakamega County.