Today marks an important day for workers across the globe as they celebrate and address the issues affecting the labour sector.
COTU -K secretary general Francis Atwoli raised issue concerns affecting the workers and pleaded with the president to help in tackling them.
He comes to the rescue of the supermarket attendants who work all day without rests and requested the president work on a formula that will persuade the investors/owners to allocate one hour break to these workers every day.
With high cases of depressions and suicide, Atwoli condemned the recent actions by the Safaricom CEO for requesting all workers of the organisation to reapply for their jobs.
He termed this decision as ill-thought and might end up complicating things than there are and make some proposals on how to deal with this nightmare.
Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see if the head of state has some good news regarding the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions in the country as they have been affected heavily by them.
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