FOURTY teachers will this weekend be departing for Seychelles to teach in that country, Zechariah Luhanga has revealed.

Speaking at the Popularisation of the Association of African Public Services Commissions (AAPSCOM) meeting at Avani Hotel, Luhanga, who is the secretary of the Teaching Service Commission, said the group comprises mainly primary school teachers.

“The day after tomorrow 40 more teachers will be leaving for Seychelles to join 53 others who left last year at the invitation of that country,” Luhanga said.

He added that the Teaching Service Commission also visited Kenya for an administrative interaction.

The AAPSOM meeting is being attended by deputy Secretary to the Cabinet Patrick Kangwa under the theme ‘Fostering values and principals of public administration among African workers.’/LM”The day after tomorrow (on Saturday), 40 more teachers will be leaving for Seychelles to join 53 others who left last year at the invitation of that country,” Luhanga said.

He added that the Teaching Service Commission also visited Kenya for an administrative interaction.

The AAPSOM meeting being attended by Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet Patrick Kangwa under the theme: ‘Fostering values and principals of public administration among African workers.’

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