Nurses say their strike is still on. They claim they have been received with too much hostility since they returned to work. They are also raising grievances over the government's laxity to meet with their unions to resolve the stalemate despite a court order directing them to engage the nurses on issues they raised during their strike, including a return to work formula. Here is Union of Nurses Secretary General Seth Panyako
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: Nurses Accuse Government of Delaying to Engage ThemBy Nelly Gitau, 13 January 2013
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