Kenyan Constable Sacked for Role in Strike


Constable Philip Omondi has been arrested and arraigned in court after being accused of inciting his fellow police officers to join a go-slow for higher wages.
Photo: Capital FM

Police officers in Nairobi, Mombasa, Eldoret, Nakuru and some other parts of the country had staged a go-slow (file photo).

Video

  • Kenya:  Kenyans to Feel Pinch of Police Pay Demands

    The Star, 6 November 2012

    Expect to be taxed even more to enable the government raise the 3.7 billion shillings needed to pay police officers who are demanding a pay rise. Finance PS Joseph Kinyua says you ... read more »

  • Kenya:  Police Reject 8.5 Per Cent Salary Raise

    The Star, 3 November 2012

    A section of the police have dismissed the Sh3.7 billion released by Treasury on Thursday to pay salary arrears and are demanding the 42 per cent increase promised by the ... read more »

  • Kenya:  Police in Kisumu Still On Go-Slow

    Capital FM, 3 November 2012

    Police officers in Kisumu are still on a go slow and are now threatening to ground the ongoing national examinations next week owing to their delayed salary increment. read more »

  • Kenya:  Police, Aps, Start Go-Slow Over Pay

    The Star, 2 November 2012

    Police around the country yesterday began a go-slow that affected some essential services including cash-in-transit after the government delayed the third and final phase of their ... read more »

  • Kenya:  State Unleashes Billions to End Police Go-Slow

    Capital FM, 2 November 2012

    The government has released Sh3.7 billion to pay the second installment of a pay increase to police officers who staged a go-slow on Thursday, paralysing various security ... read more »

  • Kenya:  Kisumu Police Plan a Go-Slow From Next Month

    The Star, 26 October 2012

    Police and chiefs in Kisumu are planning to go on strike next month. The police have planned a go-slow starting November 1 because of delayed salary arrears, while the chiefs and ... read more »