Government needs 12 Billion shillings to harmonize house and risk allowances for more than 200 thousand civil servants who have threatened to go on strike. Public service PS Titus Ndambuki says they will negotiate with the civil servants to avert the planned strike.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: 12 Billion Shillings Needed to Avert Civil Servants' StrikeBy Diana Madegwa, 28 October 2012
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