OATUU advisor and representative of OATUU to the ILO Mr. Elhadj Diallo at the center pose for the camera with OATUU president and COTU K Secretary General francis Atwoli and Joel Chebii 1st vice chairman General COTU K
Unionisable employees under our affiliate trade union, the Kenya Plantation and Agricultural Workers Union, KPAWU and working in a section of tea plantation firms in both Nandi and Kericho counties are now on strike following
Calls by the National Chairman of the Public Service Trade Unions of Kenya (PUSETU-(K) that the newly agreed upon National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) rates be re-negotiated are misplaced, misguided, uncalled for and
The Central Organistion of Trade Unions, COTU (K) condemns the chaotic scenes witnessed yesterday in Migori during a rally addressed by President Uhuru Kenyatta and as the Workers Umbrella body in the country wish to caution all Kenyans
The Central Organisation of Trade Unions, COTU (K) has read with constraint remarks attributed to the Governor, Kakamega County Hon. Wycliffee Ambetsa Oparanya warning county workers against
The Central Organisation of Trade Unions, COTU (K) supports the position taken by its affiliate Trade Union, the county government workers union in opposing the on-going biometric registration of
The Central Organisation of Trade Unions, Kenya (COTU, K)’s Secretary General, Mr. Francis Atwoli this morning met
Both the country’s print and electronic media have been a wash lately with news of members of parliament seeking a pay rise….
The Central Organisation of Trade Unions, COTU (K) as the umbrella workers body in the country applauds the decision by President Uhuru Kenyatta to revoke title deeds for 500,000 acres, allegedly illegally acquired by 22 entities in Lamu County.
The Retirement Benefits Authority (RBA) has just released its full year report in which it reveals that for the first time ever, the country’s pension scheme, the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) has been beaten
The Central Organisation of Trade Union, COTU (K) demands for the urgent convening of Parliament purposely to discuss the persistent terrorists attacks in the country particularly
The Secretary General of Central Organisation of Trade Unions, COTU (K) Francis Atwoli, who is currently attending the 103rd Session of the International Labour Conference in Geneva, Switzerland was