Civil Servants Issue Strike Notice to The Kenyan Govt

The Kenya Union of Civil Servants through it's Secretary General Tom Odege has issued a 21 days strike notice to the government demanding more pay for over 200,000 state workers.


  • Kenya:  Civil Servants Issue Strike Notice

    The Star, 28 October 2012

    The civil servants have issued a 21 days notice to the government demanding review of their house and risk allowances. Secretary general Tom Odege says the government should engage ... read more »

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Civil Servants issue strike threats to government.

  • Kenya:  12 Billion Shillings Needed to Avert Civil Servants' Strike

    The Star, 28 October 2012

    Government needs 12 Billion shillings to harmonize house and risk allowances for more than 200 thousand civil servants who have threatened to go on strike. Public service PS Titus ... read more »

  • Kenya:  Meru Civil Servants' Threat

    The Star, 25 October 2012

    Civil servants in Meru have threatened to strike if their allowances are not harmonised with those of their colleagues in other parts of the country. read more »

  • Kenya:  Civil Servants Want Two Year Salary Review Phase

    The Star, 19 October 2012

    Public servants say the four year salary review period proposed by the remunerations commission should only apply to judicial and parliamentary commissions staff. read more »