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University staff in salaries protest

05 December 2012, 13:16

Nairobi - The Standard reports that, operations at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology were paralysed when workers staged a protest after the university failed to effect a pay increment they were awarded.

Members of the University Academic Staff Union (Uasu), University Non-Teaching Staff Union (Untesu), and Kenya Union of Domestic, Hotels, Educational Institutions, Hospitals and Allied workers congregated at the graduation pavilion.

Uasu Secretary General Mutuura Mberia and Untesu’s Nixon Chege said the Government had failed to honour the Collective Bargaining Agreement signed before they resumed work following their strike in September.

- For more details visit the Standard

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