Kenya National Private Security Workers union suspends strike

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The Kenya National Private Security Workers union has suspended its one week strike notice following a meeting with the private Security Regulatory Authority.

Union representatives met with authority’s CEO Fazul Mohammed to address their grievances among them their minimum wage and terms of services Private Security Workers.

Speaking to press Kenya National Private Security Worker’s union Secretary General Isaac Andabwa said if they plight will not be address within a week they will down their tools again.

The union had issued a 21-day strike notice to their employers to review their members’ salaries saying they members have been neglected over the years.

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Andabwa however said if they plight is not addressed within a week they will down their tools.

They have also threatened to sue the Ministry of labour for failing to develop a policy on their pay and operating environment as ordered by the Court.

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The union claims only 10 security companies out the 2000 registered are compliant with the law and urged the Government to address the matter.

 

 

 

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