Good News for Retired Teachers: TSC Submits Pensions to Treasury


“Retirees, Check Your Pension Status on the TSC Portal!”

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has some good news for retired teachers! On February 3, the TSC informed all retirees that the commission had processed and submitted their pensions to the Ministry of Treasury and Planning for disbursement.

“Ready to Cash in Your Pension?”

Retired teachers are encouraged to check their pension status on the TSC portal via tsc(dot)go(dot)ke. The Commission confirmed that the pensions have already been submitted to the National Treasury, so retirees can expect their hard-earned money to hit their accounts soon.

The TSC website outlines how pensions are calculated based on the years of service and salary. Teachers who served the state well, with dignity and pride, are entitled to retire after reaching the age of 60, or 65 for those living with a disability. This mandatory retirement age was reviewed upwards in 2009 by the Public Service Commission.

“Pensions Finally on the Horizon for Retired Teachers!”

Unfortunately, retired teacher pensions are often delayed for years due to inadequate funding from the government. But fear not, dear retirees, the TSC has submitted your pensions for disbursement and it’s only a matter of time before you can finally enjoy your well-deserved retirement. Besides, retired teachers are also entitled to other benefits from time to time, as decided by the government. So, sit back, relax, and wait for your pension to arrive!

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