Wilson Sossion Speaks After Reports Of Being Appointed As New TSC Boss.
Hours after speculations emerged that former KNUT Boss Wilson Sossion had been appointed to the most powerful TSC’s Top, Sossion has spoken.
Through a statement on his social media sites, Sossion refuted the claims, saying they are just rumours and should be treated with the contempt it deserves. Sossion said the reports are fake and not true. He said the process to pick the new boss is competitive and should have been advertised first.
“My attention has been drawn to social media fake reporting that I have been appointed @TSC_KE CEO. This is not true. TSC CEO is appointed through competitive advertising when a vacancy arises. Please ignore such rumors,” he stated
This was after reports emerged that Sossion could be on his way to the top as the new TSC CEO, replacing the longest-serving CEO Nancy Machariah.
Although the information of his alleged appointment had not been made public, Kenyans and a number of Ruto allied leaders had taken to their social media pages to congratulate Sossion over the ‘new post’
Among those who had come out to congratulate the former Knut boss are former CCM Party Secretary General and UDA politician Albert Kochei as well as Hon Anita Soina.
Sossion had vied for Bomet County Senatorial post on a UDA ticket but was defeated during nominations. He thereafter threw the towel in and supported Ruto’s campaigns. He, however, missed out on the CS nominations after he was fronted as the best Education CS.
He recently missed out on PS nominations sparking reactions on the post that Ruto could be planning for Sossion.
Already, a number of teachers had expressed their happiness for a man that largely fought the Jubilee government to ensure that the Teachers’ welfare was well gathered for.
Sossion has been so vocal against teachers’ mistreatments and has even come out to disagree with the government with some controversial decisions. He has also rubbished the new CBC Curriculum, saying the country is not ready for such a curriculum.