Reprieve for Kenyans as Clinical Officers suspend their strike

Kenya Union of Clinical Officers (KUCO) Chairman Peterson Wachira on Tuesday February, 23, 2021 made announcement over the current strike by Clinical Officers.

While addressing his member on Tuesday, the Kenya Union of Clinical Officers Boss directed all Clinical officers to report back to work following the court orders.

Mr. Wachira stated that even though their demands have not been met so far, they will obey the court order issued by Justice Maureen Onyango.

 “We will comply with the court order…we direct our members to report to their work stations…Employers have not addressed our grievances even as we resume duty,” Mr. Wachira said.

He also urged their employers to sign and implement the return to work formula to facilitate smooth operations by the members as they return to work.

“We shall not voluntarily expose ourselves even as we report back to duty…We urge employers to sign and implement the Return To Work Formula (RTWF)…Our members were evicted from their house in Taita Taveta and Kisii.” He added.

This comes after the court through Justice Maureen Onyango made a ruling prompting them to suspend their strike.

In her ruling, Justice Maureen Onyango, ordered that all disciplinary procedures against the clinical officers be halted. She also directed the employers to pay salaries for all the clinical officers without discrimination.

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    Written by Kennedy Omondi




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