Unanswered questions on Sh53bn teachers' Minet insurance
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Nairobi, Nov. 30 -- Members of Parliament have asked the company that runs the Sh53 billion insurance scheme for teachers to answer questions about cash charges for consultation fees for policyholders, delays in approvals and why the company's packages for other cadres of workers were different from those for tutors.
The National Assembly's Education Committee has asked Minet Insurance brokers, who provide the cover on behalf of the Teachers Service Commission (TSC), to provide full answers to at least four areas which it says are unclear and are causing untold hardship to teachers.
The MPs want the company to explain why teachers are forced to pay Sh500 as a consultation fee before accessing a specialist, even when their cover is up to...
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