Clinical officers suspend strike after more than two months following court order

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BY JOAN WANJIKU,NAIROBI,23RD FEB,2021-Clinical officers have opted to  suspended their strike after 70 days following a court order.

Kenya Union of Clinical Officers (KUCO) Chairman Peterson Wachira, addressing a presser, directed all members to report back to work.

Mr, Wachira said the clinical officers will obey the court order issued by Justice Maureen Onyango even though their demands are yet to be met.

Justice Onyango, in her ruling, ordered that all disciplinary procedures against the clinical officers be stopped and that employers pay salaries for all workers.

“We will comply with the court order…we direct our members to report to their work stations…Employers have not addressed our grievances even as we resume duty,” said the KUCO boss.

“We shall not voluntarily expose ourselves even as we report back to duty…We urge employers to sign and implement the Return To Work Formula (RTWF)…Our members were evicted from their house in Taita Taveta and Kisii.”

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