- Raila said the protests will be held every Monday and Thursday until their demands are met.
- These include reduced cost of living, opening of election servers and many more.
Primary school teachers now want the anti-government protests to be stopped decrying disruption of the school calendar.
Knut secretary general Collins Oyuu called for dialogue between President William Ruto and ODM party leader Raila Odinga.
Oyuu said the protests have seen most students miss out on school activities despite the return to a normal school calendar.
"These demonstrations have adversely affected the smooth running of the education calendar in the affected cities and towns mores o schools situated in slums," Oyuu said.
Raila said the protests will be held every Monday and Thursday until their demands are met.
These include reduced cost of living, opening of election servers and many more.
"It's just the beginning of 2023, our Std 8 pupils are also being prepared for KCPE exams, while the Form 4 students are also getting ready for KCSE," he said.
Oyuu also said more than 1 million Grade 7 students have been affected by the riots as they proceed with the new curriculum.
"We, therefore, call upon the involved parties to embrace dialogue to enable our school calendar to proceed uninterrupted," he said.
On Monday most students from day schools were not in school due to the uncertainties of the protests.