In Summary

  • Attempt by Nairobi Johnson Sakaja to bring to an end the doctors stalemate Nairobi did not bear fruits.
  • Nurses who have been left in the hospital are not go getting it easy with heavy back-load on their shoulders.

 

It is not a secret that the ongoing doctor’s and clinical officers workers strike is biting.

To begin with the nurses who have been left in the hospital are not go getting it easy with heavy back load on their shoulders.

We mirror this effects with a Nairobi County Government Workers Union Secretary Festus Ngari.

According to Ngari Nairobi County nurses are baring it all with many of them overwhelmed with huge lines of patients seeking services.

“It is sad the doctor’s means a lot to us because you imagine  what other Health workers are going through.Heavy duties to the extent that you perform them in long hours is not a joke.Our families are also suffering because we can not get their services so it something that should be dealt with  by the governor promptly.” Ngari said.

He Has called on governor Sakaja to swing into action and end the stalemate so that  Nairobians can continue getting the services.

Sakaja on Nairobi Doctors

Attempt by Nairobi Johnson Sakaja to bring to an end the doctors stalemate in Nairobi did not yield  fruits with doctors’ making it clear that they will not accept nothing less than implementation of the 2017 collective bargaining agreement.

“The branch leadership of Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentist Union can not call of this strike.Everything must be sanctioned by the National Advisory Committee of KMPDU who will therefore direct the Union’s Secretary General  to call off the strike.For now strike is on and until our demand are met we shall not go that direction.” KMPDU Deputy  Secretary Dennis  Miskellah told Ghetto Radio News on phone.

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