Chaos has rocked the Kenya primary school head teachers’ conference in Mombasa, bringing the annual meet to a standstill.
The commotion, characterised by shouting and throwing of chairs and bottles, was caused by the Sh500 the head teachers pay as union fees every month to the Kenya Primary Schools Head Teachers Association (Kepsha).
Trouble started when some teachers opposed the charge, saying the union leaders had failed to explain how the money is spent.
They called for the resignation of Kepsha chairman Shem Ndolo.
But hell broke loose when Mr Ndolo dismissed their opposition, criticism and quit calls as “nonsense”.