The Centra Organization of Trade Unions Secretary General Francis Atwoli has maintained his hard stance on the Government concerning the migration of Kenyans to Middle East countries. It is common knowledge that many Kenyans are losing their lives in those countries.
A defiant Francis Atwoli said that he remains adamant that the government should stop all kinds of labour migration to the Middle East. According to Francis Atwoli, the government must ensure the safety of Kenyans travelling in those countries first as it has to move in swiftly and sign a good working pact with those countries.
"We remain adamant that the government should stop all kinds of labour migration to the Middle East. Many Kenyan lives that are being lost in that region because of contempt of fair labour migration practices as in ILO conventions 97 and 143 read with C88, C181, C189 and C190." Tweeted by the Central Organization of Trade Unions Secretary General Francis Atwoli
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