On 10th April 2014 the KNUN National officials General Secretary Mr.Seth Panyako,Chairman Jophinus Musundi and Deputy Chairman Sammy Cheserek started their day in Kericho County,the land of tea,where they made
Nurses and other Healthworkers in Uasin Gishu county who had downed their tools from Monday have resumed work after a lengthy dialogue with the County Government and KNUN National officials
Gooday, The Strike which was to start tomorrow at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital has been suspended pending negotiations on Tuesday(8th April 2014). Have a blessed Sunday.
It was an incredible day in court,hearing petition 593 of 2013.all went well Judgement on 6th June 2014. Let’s Continue Praying.
All Healthworkers are requested to come tomorrow at 9:00 a.m to Milimani Law Courts 3rd floor for petition 593 of 2013 filed by Okiya Omtatah and other against devolving National
On 10th April 2014 the KNUN National officials General Secretary Mr.Seth Panyako,Chairman Jophinus Musundi and Deputy Chairman Sammy Cheserek started their day in Kericho County,the land of tea,where they made a brief stop at the District hospital to greet the nurses.
The Kericho meeting did not take place a day earlier as officials were held up in Uasin Gishu county but the Officials promised nurses they will visit Kericho County soon. From there they made an impromptu visit at Kapkatet District Hospital where they held a brief meeting with the nurses and gave them feedback on the events that the union is undertaking.
Finally the officials had a meeting with nurses in Bomet County where they first elected their promoting branch officials who included Mr.Vincent Ronoh as the branch Executive Secretary,Bernard Cheruiyot Deputy Branch Executive Secretary,Bett Kipngetich Branch Chairman,Sharon Langat Deputy Chairman,Joyce Chemutai Maritim Branch Trustee,Agnes Chepkirui Deputy Branch Trustee,Jennifer Chepkoech Assistant Branch Trustee,who were given the mandate to be a link between the National office and the nurses.
The National office gave a brief history of the union since registrations and progress since that time to date and future endeavors. The nurses had a chance to air their pressing issues which included promotions,allowances,understaffing and Esps.
The response was the scheme of service which deals with the terms and conditions of service has been reviewed after so many years and waiting for the government to implement,missing allowances some counties have paid while others the process is underway.
The officials also told nurses that the CBA is in its last stages and they should be patient.They were urged to observe their ethics and work in unity.
Congratulations to the newly elected leaders.