KPAWUKenya Plantation and Agricultural Workers' Union
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In a letter to KPAWU, general secretary Nancy Kirui said the government had "with immediate effect" lifted the ban on the use of the machines.
While addressing more than 1,000 KPAWU member's at Moi Garden, Khisa appealed to Chief Justice James Maraga to establish an Industrial Court of Appeal where oppressed workers can find justice.
According to Ferdinand Juma the KPAWU, the new move spelt doom for the labor sector as workers on contract were not members of union.
The KPAWU officials and members said: "Importers of contraband goods are not only sabotaging Kenya's economy but are individuals killing jobs for the youth."
While it was not in the open the key reason for the latest move the Kenya Plantations and Agriculture Workers Union (KPAWU) raised an alarm over the fate of the workers.
Ferdinand Juma the KPAWU secretary-general Naivasha branch said farmers were giving conflicting reasons over the job losses, after introducing a new system of hiring workers on six months contract as one way of reducing wage bill.