Crackdown on striking lecturers begins as scores suspended

Public universities union members call for the implementation of their salaries agreement, during a demonstration in Nairobi on April 18, 2018. PHOTO | ANDREW KILONZI | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • At TUK, all staff are now required to sign commitment forms as the institution moves to ensure that operations are normalised.
  • At Moi University, Vice-Chancellor Isaac Kosgey has warned that the striking staff will not get their salaries.

Public universities have started cracking the whip on striking lecturers and other staff as the industrial action enters its third month on Tuesday.

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