Eunice Omollo is a health and science Journalist who has been working for the Nation Media Group since 2014. She previously was a QTV member of staff. She does dual reporting for print and broadcast media—the Daily Nation and NTV.
Omollo is a holder of a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication a...
A white dustcoat, a stethoscope dangling around the neck, a writing pad on the table and a pen in hand. Are you being attended to by a doctor or a clinical officer? This is often a hard-to-tell difference for most Kenyans who have been attended to by the meticulous hands of clinical officers. STRIKEBut it is worth noting that due to the low numbers of doctors, a majority of Kenyans are often handled by clinical officers in public and private health facilities.
By Eunice OmolloNurses have defied a court order to end their strike. The directive was issued Tuesday by the Employment and Labour Relations Court in Nairobi. "We hear there is a court order wanting us to end the strike. "We have not been served with the papers and we will continue with the strike. "Upon receiving the order, we will prepare our own legal team to challenge the ruling," Kenya National Union of Nurses (Knun) secretary-general Seth Panyako said.
The directive was issued Tuesday by the Employment and Labour Relations Court in Nairobi. “We hear there is a court order wanting us to end the strike. "We have not been served with the papers and we will continue with the strike. "Upon receiving the order, we will prepare our own legal team to challenge the ruling,” Kenya National Union of Nurses (Knun) secretary-general Seth Panyako said. The union officials criticised the government, saying it was using judicial outfits to intimidate nurses.
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