Nairobi, Nov. 29 -- Members of Parliament have threatened to cancel a Sh53 billion medical insurance deal between Minet Insurance Brokers Limited and the Teachers Service Commission (TSC), citing poor administration of the scheme and service delivery to the tutors.

The MPs pointed out that the three-year contract, which began on December 1, 2022, covering teachers and their dependants, has not lived up to expectations, leaving teachers exposed when seeking medical services.

In a meeting with the management of Minet, the National Assembly Committee on Education said it has received numerous complaints from teachers over the medical insurance cover, calling for a review on whether there was value for taxpayers' money.

Committee chairman ...