, NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 28 – The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has started investigating claims of sexual harassment and death threats to teachers at Uhuru Secondary School in Nairobi.
Capital FM News reported how two teachers received death threats and sexual pestering at the hands the Principal Duncan Juma.
Following the expose, Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi and Director of Public Prosecutions Keriako Tobiko last Friday ordered a probe into the allegations.
One of the teachers Mary Karimi had her hair plucked off and her thigh pierced with a screwdriver inside the Deputy Principal’s office in what seemed to be a conspiracy adjudicated by the Principal.
Juma sent a message threatening to kill the second teacher, Ancellah Cherotich after she vowed to expose his continued sexual advances and intimidation.
After the two teachers turned down his sexual advances for over a year, Juma resorted to frustrating them including accusing them of underperformance.