The history of public workers in Kenya

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Cabinet Hears Plea for Union
By Owino Opondo, The Nation (Nairobi), 3 November 2000. The civil servants' union could be revived by June if the Cabinet agrees, for registering the union was among major conditions given to the Government by the International Labour Organisation. The Federation of Kenya Employers and the Central Organisation of Trade Unions also helped to draft the recommendation sent to the Cabinet.
World Bank Rejects Retirees Demands
The Nation (Nairobi), 15 December 2000. The World Bank rejected calls by retirees that it intervene in the civil service retrenchment issue. More than 100 retrenchees had marched to the Bank's offices seeking an explanation on how the money it had released for the program was being disbursed.
Minister Speaks Out On Civil Servants Union
The Nation, 4 February 2001. Labour Minister Joseph Ngutu has finally ended his silence over calls on him to lift the ban slapped on the Civil Servants Union 21 years ago. The Government received five applications and was studying them. One, the Union of Public Servants of Kenya, had launched its membership recruitment before getting the greenlight from the registrar of trade unions.
Threats As Union Officials Re-Elected
The Nation (Nairobi), Sunday 27 May 2001. All incumbent national officials of the Kenya Local Government Workers Union were re-elected yesterday. The other candidates threatened to challenge the results in court. At the 26th annual delegates conference, Mr. Boniface Munyao was re-elected unopposed as the secretary-general and Mr. Frederick Fukwe Tsuma retained the national chairman's berth.