The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Raila to Receive Nurses' Report On the Strike

The striking nurses argue that they have been unable to properly raise their concerns with the government due to lack of a registered nurses trade ... ( Resource: Kenyan Nurses Continue To Strike Amid Promises

Prime Minister Raila Odinga is today expected to receive a report on the issues raised by striking nurses. The strike which enters its 16th day today has paralyzed operations in many public hospitals countrywide. Nurses refused to go back to work yesterday even after medical services minister Anyang' Nyong'o threatened to sack them.

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