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Lecturers to strike over unpaid dues

14 January 2013, 14:39

Nairobi - University lecturers have threatened to paralyze learning and go on strike by next week over unpaid salary arrears.

According to The Standard, University Academic Staff Union (Uasu) and the Universities Non-Teaching Staff Union (Untensu) on Monday threatened to down tools on January 21 if they are not paid their dues.

The two unions issued the strike notice in a statement read by Uasu Secretary General Muga Kolale.

- For more visit The Standard

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