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    Teachers Service Commission. (Photo: Courtesy)

    Principals in Bungoma County have been reshuffled in a move approved by the Teachers Service Commission.

    Among those affected in Bungoma County are principals from Friends School Kamusinga, Lugulu Girls, Cardinal Otunga Girls, Chesamisi High School, St Mary’s Kibabii Boys High School and St Luke’s Kimilili Boys High School.

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    TSC Bungoma County Director, Francis Odanga, said the move was an administrative one by the commission.

    Mr Odanga said the move was in line with their duties and largely affected those who had stayed in a station for a long time.

    “This is a regular move by the commission and nothing more. It largely targets those heads of schools that have stayed in one station for a long period of time,” he said.

    Mr Edwin Namachanja of Friends School Kamusinga, has been moved to Maranda High School in Siaya County and will be replaced by Mr Alex Maina from Oloolaiser Boys High in Kajiado County.

    Lugulu Girls Principal, Margaret Mechumi has been moved to Kisumu Girls in Kisumu County and will be replaced by Dinah Chebii from Moi Girls Kapsowar in Elgeyo Marakwet.

    St Luke’s Kimilili Boys Principal, Patrick Wandili has been moved to Mukumu Boys in Kakamega County and Nyariki Ombatta from Cardinal Otunga Mosocho High will take his place.

    St Mary’s Kibabii High School head Mathew Simiyu has been moved to Nyabigena High School in Nyamira County swapping places with Nicodemus Ogeto.

    Cardinal Otunga Girls High head Christine Nafuna has been transferred to Koru Girls in Kisumu County and will be swapping places with Emelda Odiembo.

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    Chesamisi High Principal, John Wakwabubi, has been moved to Malava Boys in Kakamega County and will be replaced by Ezekiel Ayiego from Vihiga Boys in Vihiga County.

    The transfers are expected to take effect from January next year with principals having received their letters effecting the move.

    The move by TSC is part of enhancing cohesion with a view of delocalizing administration of schools.

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