How will I report to work without fare or money to buy lunch?" asked Dr Niko Gichana a Mombasa KMPDU
regrettably notes that your county has not responded to calls to meet and implement key clauses in the implementation of the CBA' read the notice.
members also demanded to be placed in the right job group and paid arrears arising from delayed promotions.
MEET DEMANDSThe KMPDU
boss said the county leadership has agreed to meet all their demands starting the end of this month."We signed a return to work formula in which the county government agreed to promote doctors starting the end of this month.
Dr Maalim said negotiations were in relation to unresolved grievances emanating from the 2017 collective bargaining agreement (CBA) signed by the Mandera County government and KMPDU
. "Some of the unresolved grievances include, but not limited to, poor working conditions, security of doctors on call, shortage of specialists, stalled promotions and release of doctors for postgraduate training," he said.
'All the doctors in Laikipia, from specialists to interns, will be withdrawing their services and none will report to work until the grievances are resolved,' Davji Bhimji, KMPDU
South Rift branch secretary said then.
says this number is inadequate as they serve patients from neighbouring counties.
"Several workers including myself were injured when they were attacked by the officers and we must sue the attackers," said Dr Goody.RIGHTS INFRINGEDThe KMPDU
official accused the police of infringing on the rights of the workers and insisted that they must face the law.
The notice issued by KMPDU
secretary general Ouma Oluga accused the county government of failure to respond to issues of designation of specialists doctors to the right job groups.
Doctors in Kisumu have called off their three-day strike that had threatened to paralyse services in public hospitals in the county.Nyanza Region Kenya Medical Practitioners, Pharmacists and Dentist Union (KMPDU
) Chairman Kevin Osuri called off the strike Monday after the doctors downed their tools on Friday.
The Kenya Medical Practitioners, Pharmacists and Dentists Union (KMPDU
), Taita Taveta branch has given the government until May 15, to meet their demands.
We will oppose the move!" Kenya Union of Civil Servants (KUCS), Kenya National Union of Nurses (KNUN) and Kenya Medical Practitioners, Pharmacists and Dentists Union (KMPDU
) had not commented on the matter by the time we went to press Tuesday.