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Court Declares Lecturers Strike Unlawful, Orders Them To Return To Work

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The employment and labor relations court has said that the on going strike by university lecturers is unlawful and unprotected.

The court also ordered the lectures to return to work with immediate effect. Recently the lecturers rejected a Sh. 6.8billion offer that the government had offered.

Read:Court Of Appeal To Hear Karua’s Petition Against Governor Waiguru

The lecturers have been on the strike accusing the government of failing to implement the 2017-2021 collective Bargaining agreement (CBA).

Education CS Amina Mohamed has said blamed lecturers’ union for the delayed conclusion of the 2017-21 CBA negotiations.

She explained to the National Assembly Committee on Education that the Inter-Public Universities Council Consultative Forum has been unable to engage the lecturers because pending suit and the recent strike.

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Written by Merxcine Cush

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