As we approach 2022 general elections politicians are leaving nothing to chance.The are pulling all stops to ensure that the elections favour them. Many are seen giving promises that might never be fulfilled but citizens will be seen cheering and shouting in praising them. As it is in seducing a lady they will always tell lies and innocent citizen will agree with them.
Photo Courtesy. Over the last few months, Kenyan nurses have become a laughing stock among Kenyans after the Cabinet Secretary for Health Mutahi Kagwe announced that only 10 nurses had passed the simple English exam that they were given before they can be recruited to work in the United Kingdom.
The Kenya National Union of Nurses Secretary General Seth Panyako on Tuesday paid his last respects to the late nurse Newton Onsase who was Sunday 12th, September found dead in his bathroom. While the cause of his death continues to remain a mystery, Panyako has revealed that he had not been paid for eight months.
Kenya National Union of Nurses (KNUN) Secretary General Seth Panyako has today announced the passing on of his cousin by the name Peter Lumukwana who was also his great supporter according to a Facebook post on his page. “Fair thee well my cousin and great supporter.
Part of the hearing of Rashid Echesa's fake arms deal case was done in private with members of the press being asked to step outside to allow three senior military officers give their testimony in confidentiality. Judge Kennedy Cheruiyot ordered members of the press and public to get out of the court room following an application by the Director of Public Prosecutions through prosecuting counsel Kennedy Panyako to have the military officers granted some privacy since their testimony was sensitive.
How COTU Delegates Ensured Atwoli Won Another Term After The Union Barred Seth Panyako From The Race
The long serving Central Organization of Trade Unions (Cotu) secretary general Francis Atwoli on Friday was re-elected unopposed for the fifth time in a row.Atwoli has held the position since 2001, and his reelection attracted mixed reactions online although notable leaders in the political sphere congratulated him for the milestone.
All political parties stormed in Matungu yesterday to make the last day of campaigns.Amani National Congress was steer headed by party leader Musalia Mudavadi and some of party members.They drummed support to Mr Nabulindo as residents promises them to vote in Nabulindo come on Thursday.
Kenya National Union of Nurses Seth panyako is known public speaker who does not his words. Addressing the press immediately after the cabinet Secretary of Health Mutahi kagwe said that nurses and clinical officers should be patient with the government as it attends there demands,Panyako reminded all his fellow union members the strike was still on. The nurses have gone for a strike after their continued cry that they be supplied with Protective gears when dealing with Covid -19 patients. However the Government
Nurses play important role in health sector as they do more than 80 per cent of work in hospitals in Kenya. For more than one month many patients have been suffering in hospital due to nurses strike that has crippled public health sector amid Covid-19 pandemic. Good news is that nurses strike may come to an end today. Kenya National Union of Nurses secretary general Seth Panyako has hinted out that nurses may report back to work this week barely a week after doctors and clinical officers called off their strikes.
'Oparanya Ameshindwa na Kazi, he Doesn't Care Anymore, Impeach Him,' Kakamega Residents Told [Video]
General Secretary at Kenya National Union of Nurses Seth Panyako has called upon the residents of Kakamega County to initiate a motion of impeaching their governor Wycliffe Oparanya. Addressing the residents on Tuesday, Panyako stated that Oparanya is no longer concerned about the needs of the residents but focusing on his political ambitions for 2022. "Oparanya should sign the return to work formula or we start a motion of impeaching him. As citizens, we have the right to collect signatures for his impeachment.
Aluta continua! Medical practitioners press on with their strike. The fate of the ongoing medical practitioners' strike is still uncertain. Addressing mourners at the burial ceremony of Kabuchai legislator James Lusweti, the Kenya National Union of Nurses sec Gen Seth Panyako has insisted that the strike is still on untill their grievances are heard. Mr. Panyako said that the government has sidelined their rights at the expense of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) agenda. "The government is pressing
Today the activities in matungu constituency came to a go slow when 2017 senatorial aspirants for kakamega county honourable Stanley livondo,Seth Panyako and Cleophas Malala took their campaigns to koyonzo ward in matungu constituency.
According to the latest news by Citizen TV, Nurses now have said that they want loosen their belts concerning their strike, which is now ongoing for quite sometime. They claim that the governors have denied to sign their agreement concerning their payment. They said that their rights have not been observed because they needed protective clothing towards covid-19, and also other medical facilities in their working places. They claim alot of funds in county governments have been going to corruption, despite that
The Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of Health, Mutahi Kagwe has been warned against issuing suck threats to medics. In a video shared by NTV two days ago, Kagwe warned medics of losing their jobs because of the ongoing strike. Kagwe's sentiments came in shortly after the Court issuing an order for health workers to report back to job. In what has seemed as tit for tat, the CS Kagwe has consequently received stern warning from Kenya Union of Nurses. Led by the Secretary General, Seth Panyako, the union says
It's now some weeks ago since the Nurses and the health workers downed their tools in demand of the increment of their salaries and risk allowances. The health workers expressed a lot of frustrations and dangers that are facing right now during the Corona pandemic times. They claimed to have cried upon the government to look into their issues but to no avail. But today morning through Radio Citizen news, hon Mutahi Kagwe Threatened the health workers to return immediately to work or face dismissal letters
The Secretary General of the Nurses' Union has issued new threats to the goverment in a briefing to the media this evening. The union leaders United have threatened to withdraw Nurses' services at Kenyatta National Hospital and Moi Teaching and Referral hospital should the strike remain unsolved for the coming 7 days. Nurses in these two major hospitals were exempted from the on going strike as their respective hospital boards had responded to more than half of their issues. The Strike has been on going for
The Secretary-General of COTU Francis Atwoli today is expected to go head to head with Seth Panyako in the election of the Workers Union COTU.Atwoli has held that position since 2001 when he took over from his predecessor Joseph Mugalla.
The Nurses' Union has taken steps to pull out administrations in Kenyatta National Hospital and the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital should the progressing strike stay uncertain in the following seven days. Nurses in the two referral hospitals had been excluded from the strike by the union because majority of the issues raised had been tended to by the hospital boards. While talking in Nairobi on Saturday, the Kenya National Union of Nurses SG Seth Panyako said the nurses are the most significant in the
COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli has been re-elected for the fifth term unopposed in an election boycotted by his main challenger Kenya National Union of Nurses (KNUN) secretary-general Seth Panyako.The exercise was held by delegates at the Tom Mboya Labour college, Kisumu County.
The Central Organization of Trade Unions has re-elected acting secretary general Francis Atwoli for a fifth term.Atwoli was re-elected unopposed as Cotu's manager on Friday.A powerful union activist will serve another five years in office.