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Mr. Gabriel Lengoiboni

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Secretary

Teachers Service Commission
 
Background

Employment History

  • Secretary and Chief Executive Officer
    Teachers Service Commission
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On Sunday, however, TSC Secretary ...
www.hiiraan.com, 19 Jan 2015 [cached]
On Sunday, however, TSC Secretary Gabriel Lengoiboni said the government had beefed up security in the affected areas and the teachers should be back at work by January 26. He said TSC had consulted other government agencies to address security concerns raised by the affected teachers who had visited the TSC headquarters on January 5 and 12.
To guarantee security for the teachers, he said, police officers will be posted in learning institutions and other public institutions while patrols will be intensified.
“In view of the foregoing, all the affected teachers are required to travel to their work stations from Monday, January 19, and start performing their teaching duties by January 26 without fail,†he said. “Teachers are, therefore, advised that it will not be necessary to visit the TSC headquarters on the issues raised as they are being addressed by the National and County governments.â€
In the circular, TSC Secretary and ...
www.eastandard.net, 20 Feb 2009 [cached]
In the circular, TSC Secretary and Chief Executive Officer Gabriel Lengoiboni told head teachers to quit if they won't withdraw from the union.
In a circular to provincial directors of education, city education officer, DEOs and municipal education officers, Mr Lengoiboni says: "Those who form the administrative structure of educational institutions, be excluded from union representation upon their appointment."
The circular is copied to Education Permanent Secretary and secretaries- general of Knut and Kuppet.
Lengoiboni warns that those who will not follow the directive would face disciplinary action.
"Any head teacher, deputy head teacher, head of department or senior teacher who acts to the contrary will be in breach of the legal provisions and shall be subjected to disciplinary action," he says.
The TSC chief points out that the employer was concerned that some school administrators were Kuppet and Knut branch chairmen.
Lengoiboni says others participated actively in the recent strike, contrary to the legal provisions.
The circular says the 1984 Industrial Relations Charter Article II bars those who formulate, administer, coordinate or control an organisation's policy from union representation.
According to Lengoiboni, the Code of Regulations for Teachers stipulates that in the event of a strike or any other disturbances leading to work stoppage, school administrators should continue to do their work.
"This is to ensure the safety and security of school property and safeguard the welfare of learners," he says.
Lengoiboni further directs education officials to let teachers know about the contents of the circular and ensure it is adhered to.
On Sunday, however, TSC Secretary ...
graphic.com.gh, 14 Jan 2015 [cached]
On Sunday, however, TSC Secretary Gabriel Lengoiboni said the government had beefed up security in the affected areas and the teachers should be back at work by January 26. He said TSC had consulted other government agencies to address security concerns raised by the affected teachers who had visited the TSC headquarters on January 5 and 12.
To guarantee the teachers of security, he said, police officers will be posted in learning institutions and other public institutions while patrols will be intensified.
"In view of the foregoing, all the affected teachers are required to travel to their work stations from Monday, January 19, and start performing their teaching duties by January 26 without fail," he said.
"Teachers will be expected to be ...
www.coastweek.com, 12 Jan 2015 [cached]
"Teachers will be expected to be in school with updated professional records, " TSC CEO Gabriel Lengoiboni said in a circular received in Nairobi.
Abeingo Community Network Luhya Education News
www.abeingo.org, 9 Mar 2008 [cached]
Teachers Service Commission (TSC) secretary Gabriel Lengoiboni says the 11,000 new staff will replace those who have left the service through natural attrition. It had been widely held that only 7,000 teachers were needed to replace those who had left the classroom, but the extra number indicates that the employment embargo slapped in 1998 may have been lifted. "Applicants are, therefore, invited from professionally qualified teachers," Mr Lengoiboni says in a media advertisement appearing in the Sunday Nation tomorrow.
Interested candidates are required to submit their applications, together with photocopies of academic and professional certificates, to district education officers. They have been given up to July 27 to tender their applications. District selection panels will select the candidates and forward merit lists to Mr Lengoiboni by August 13, after ratification by district education boards. For primary schools, applicants must be qualified teachers holding P1, P2, S1 or diploma in education certificates and be under 45 years.
He said preference would be given to those who have not been previously employed by the commission. Mr Lengoiboni warns: "TSC will only deal with DEBs in this exercise and no individual application to the commission will be entertained.
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According to the guidelines issued by Mr Lengoiboni, Nyanza Province has been allocated the highest number of slots for new teachers in secondary schools.
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Mr Lengoiboni ruled out change in combination of subjects designated for schools where the vacancies have been identified. Selection panels are advised to exercise the highest degree of transparency and accountability as required by the Public Officer Ethics Act. To ensure no deserving candidate is locked out of the recruitment, Mr Lengoiboni asks DEBs to prepare a record of all qualified applicants. "Any candidate with complaints related to the recruitment should write to the local DEO and send a copy of the complaint to the TSC immediately," Mr Lengoiboni says.
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