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Wilson Sossion records statement at the CID headquarters

2nd February, 2015

More than 2,000 teachers who have been working in the counties of Mandera, Garissa and Wajir have defied an order by their employer the Teachers Service Commission to report back to work. The teachers say they will not go back until their grievances are addressed. The teachers have accompanied Kenya national union of teachers secretary general Wilson Sossion to CID headquarters. Sossion is currently recording a statement after he was summoned for questioning over allegations of incitement to violence and disobedience in ongoing standoff. Charges he has denied.