Kenya Airways customers has remained frustrated in Jomo Kenyatta international airport after pilots went to strike after the management failed to fulfill their demand.
The director Mr Allan of Kenya Airways yesterday together with the minister in change of transport Kipchumba Murkomen claimed that this strike is unconstitutional. Kenya Airways there by giving it's works 24 hours to get back to work failure to that they will face the rule of law the director claimed that the company could not be able to meet they demand.
Minister Kipchumba Murkomen has requested the pilots to stop the strike, in addition he said that government is ready to listen to them provided they go back to work. He if the strike continue it will sabotage Kenyan economy since we will be losing over 300,000,000 million each day. He warned KQ pilots to stop strike and have negotiations with the KQ management.
Pilots has said today evening that they are not going back to work if the Kenya Airways directors will not seat down with them and have a peaceful negotiations to discuss the issues they raised. Over 10,000 customers who have booked and paid to with Kenya Airways remained angry with the institution for delaying they service because of pilots who went on strike from yesterday morning.
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