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 »