The Star (Nairobi)

17 December 2012

Kenya: We Are Not Afraid of Your Empty Threats, Nurses Tell Nyong'o

Photo: Capital FM
Strike scene.

Nurses will not go back to work despite the sacking threats issued by medical services minister Anyang' Nyong'o. Secretary General of the nurses' union Seth Panyako says the minister has no mandate to sack the striking nurses.

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