Kenya Airways is a National carrier and Kenya has interests including shareholders who are Kenyans. Even if Kenyan banks have mobilized funds to save the Airline, the funds originates from tax payers.
COTU (K) is appealing to our Political Leaders to accept the Minimum Reforms being exhibited by Independent Elections and Boundaries Commission, (IEBC).
The Central Organisation of Trade Unions, COTU (K) appeals to the two leading teachers Unions, the Kenya National Union of Teachers, (KNUT) and the Kenya Union of Post-Primary Education Teachers, (KUPPET) to fully support, maintain and rally behind their newly elected Union Officials to Parliament with a view to ensuring that the Workers voice is […]
The alleged crackdown on a section of Non-Governmental Organisations, NGOs that are perceived to be critical of the government
I wish to take great exception to your erroneous and misleading news’ article appearing in your copy of the Daily Nation, Monday, August 14, 2017 captioned
The unexpected attack by His Excellency The President together with his team on the Judiciary yesterday while on campaign is not only unfortunate but regrettable
The decision by the Kenya Government to introduce work permit requirements for all foreigners from East Africa Community countries and outside the region
THE 106TH SESSION OF THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR CONFERENCE (2017) IN GENEVA Address By Francis Atwoli, COTU (K) Secretary General Click here to Watch the Video recordings of plenary sittings, Bro. Atwoli speaks for a duration of about 10 minutes from 1:11:55 (1hr, 11th minute, and 55th second drag your cursor to that point). The entire […]
The Central Organisation of Trade Unions, COTU (K) wishes to dismiss reports attributed to the Executive Director of the Federation of Kenya Employers, FKE Sis. Jacqueline Mugo that the continued increase of Minimum Wage to workers is pushing potential employers in the country to relocate to neighboring countries.
The Central Organisation of Trade Unions, COTU (K) condemns and takes great exception to any efforts by employers and/or its agents to lobby the government against awarding the country’s lowest paid employees any Minimum Wage increase during this year’s International Labour Day Celebrations on 1st May,2017.