Five teachers and the headteacher of the Itumbe DOK primary school in Nyamache, Kisii county,

Five teachers and the headteacher of the Itumbe DOK primary school in Nyamache, Kisii county, have been interdicted by the Teachers Service Commission.


This comes after a video went viral depicting teachers pressuring students to act out an indescribable scenario.


TSC informed the instructors in a letter dated February 2 that forcing the students to do such acts was a violation of Clause 9(1) of the Code of Conduct and Ethics for Teachers.


TSC said that the six students, who were all in Grade 2, had experienced trauma, psychological torment, and humiliation.


Part of the letter, which was signed by E.J. Mitei on behalf of TSC CEO Nancy Macharia, read: "You are thus interdicted with effect from February 2."


They were also ordered to leave the school grounds and forfeit their annual leave.


Mitei asked the instructors to send a written defense to the Commission within 21 days from today.


The TSC said that the six would get a chance to be heard in person and instructed them to identify the closest TSC sub-county office where they are required to appear once per month.


On the video, you could see the underage kids, who were being watched by their teachers, climbing on each other and acting out an immoral encounter. 


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