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.
The Central Organisation of Trade Unions, COTU (K) appeals to our politicians lead particularly by the His Excellency The President Uhuru Kenyatta who has at his disposal as our President every administrative machinery to deal with any situation that threatens our National Security.
Kenya’s inflation rate has now moved to an all high of 10.1% from the previous 5.89% according to the latest figures by the Central Organization of Trade Unions,
The Central Organization of Trade Unions, COTU (K) strongly calls upon The Senate to live-up to its expectation as the Upper House
The Central Organization of Trade Unions, COTU (K) is deeply concerned with today’s acrimonious passing of amendments to the Electoral Laws
The Central Organisation of Trade Unions, COTU (K) together with the Organization of African Trade Union Unity, OATUU as the African Continent umbrella Trade Union movement wish to applaud Mr. Maina Kiai for being the first ever Kenyan to win the coveted George Meany-Khirkland Human Rights Award that is administered by COTU (K)’s counterparts in […]
Revelations by one of social media platform that is facebook specifically a page called Kenya Political forum has been posting malicious statements that are going viral on social media against the President Uhuru Kenyatta attributed to the Secretary General of COTU (K) Francis Atwoli, one of the messages state that; “We cannot risk giving Uhuru Kenyatta […]
RE: ILLEGAL SUGAR IMPORTATION MAIN CAUSE OF LOSSES RECORDED BY LOCAL FIRMS The continued importation of illegal Sugar into the Country is to blame for the huge losses recorded by Mumias Sugar Company and unless the Kenya Government comes out forcefully to stop this illegal sugar imports from flooding our local market,