Kenyan Nurses Allegedly Held Hostage by Hospital
Two nurses were allegedly held for more than seven hours by Kenyatta National Hospital management for inciting colleagues to join a planned strike, according to the National Nurses Association.
Nurses demonstrate along the Oginga Odinga Street in Kisumu town in March 2012.
The Star, 1 December 2012
THE Union of Kenya Civil Servants is calling on nurses to ignore the call for a strike and report to work on Monday. Head of medical chapter Evans Nasebe appealed to nurses to ... read more »
The Star, 30 November 2012
Nurses from the Kenyatta National Hospital will not take part in the strike scheduled to begin on Monday. read more »
Capital FM, 25 November 2012
Three nurses unions have issued a fresh seven day strike notice which could see over 60,000 nurses not report to work on December 3 if the government doesn't meet their demands. read more »
Kenya: Nurses to Go On Strike
The Star, 25 November 2012
Nurses across the country will strike next month if their demand to have their union registered are not met. read more »
Capital FM, 4 November 2012
Nurses in the country are threatening to go on strike in two weeks time unless the government issues their union with a registration certificate. read more »