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Pilots Given 24 Hours to Call Off the Strike and Get Back to Work

KQ Airway pilots were given a 24-hour deadline to end their strike and come to work. CEO Allan Kilavuka stated in a media interview that the strike has resulted in significant losses due to flight cancellations.

This morning, the board members for KQ and the recently appointed Cabinet Secretary for Transport Kipchumba Murkomen showed up for a crisis meeting to resolve the strike and prevent future losses.

According to Honorable Kipchumba, if the strike continues, the company will lose Ksh. 300M per day. He added that the strike is unconstitutional. He suggested that the pilots end their strike in order to participate in a round table discussion.

Kipchumba Murkomen thinks the strike that is currently taking place was intended to test the new leadership of Dr. William Samoei Arap Ruto, the 5th President of the Republic of Kenya.

This has an impact on several travelers, as well as their enterprises.


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