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State Loses Again As Court Makes A Ruling Against Them Over Unpaid Debt

Barely a day after the courts made a ruling barring the KRA from implementing the minimum tax raw, the state has lost again after another's landmark ruling today. Seen in a report shared, the Employment and Labour Relations Court has on Tuesday, September 21 given a go ahead to the Kenya National Union of Nurses (Knun) to auction property belonging to the Murang'a County Government.

While making the ruling, Justice Marete Njagi, revelaed that county had ignored earlier order to remit the monthly statutory fees thus accumulating to total of Ksh3 million.

The court gave a green light to nurses union to seek for auctioneers and sell off the state properties in a bid to accumulate the funds owed to the nurses by the county government.

“The amount for the auction has been derived from a decretal fee of Sh3 million, interest of Sh31,000 and a court fee of Sh2,000,” stated the court's Deputy Registrar, Mercyline Nafula.

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Employment and Labour Relations Court Kenya National Union of Nurses Marete Njagi


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