The Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT), will continue pushing the government to have the Competency Based Curriculum’s (CBC) junior secondary education, hosted in primary schools, KNUT Secretary General, Collins Oyuu, has said. Oyuu said that existing infrastructure in primary schools can comfortably host the junior secondary without putting pressure on parents and Kenyans at large to put up new buildings. The Secretary General, who was addressing teachers during the Siaya KNUT Branch Annual General Meeting held at the Central Primary School grounds, at the same time told politicians to stop politicizing teachers and education matters. Oyuu, who was flanked by the Siaya Branch Executive Secretary, Alex Dunga, said it will be foolhardy to squeeze pupils from 30,000 primary schools into 10,000 secondary schools.