Dock workers face off with Joho on KPA deal

KPA workers

KPA workers helping in offloading of one of the cranes that were imported by KPA from Japan at cost of Ksh.5.34bn in this picture taken on 24 April 2018.The new cranes are expected to make KPA improve in its service delivery to vessels docking and leaving the port.

Photo credit: Laban Walloga | Nation Media Group

What you need to know:

  • Dock Workers Union says there is no justifiable reason for the two contracts.
  • The worker's union also wants the court to declare the leases unlawful. 

The Dock Workers Union has gone to the High Court, challenging a decision by Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) to give a private firm exclusive rights to manage and run two sheds at Mombasa port.


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