Kenya Govt Given 24 Hours to Find Strike Solution

The Parliamentary Committee on Health has given the government a 24-hour ultimatum to find a solution to the crisis in the health sector, warning that sacking the striking 25, 000 health workers will only lead to more loss of lives.


Striking workers: Officials say the fired workers would be required to re-apply.


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