The Star (Nairobi)

21 January 2013

Kenya: City Council Revenue Affected By Strike

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City Hall: Council workers have downed their tools over pay.

Nairobi city council revenue has severely been disrupted over the ongoing strike by the workers union. Town Clerk Tom Odongo says the council is losing an estimated 25 million shillings a day. Several workers face suspension over the matter.

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