Azimio Gives Govt 48 Hours to Resolve Doctors’ Strike


Azimio la Umoja on Wednesday, May 8, issued a 48-hour ultimatum to the Kenya Kwanza government to bring to a halt the doctors’ strike.

Azimio Chief Kalonzo Musyoka, while addressing the press in Nairobi, urged the government to take advantage of the 48-hour window given by the courts and immediately reach an agreement with doctors.

According to Kalonzo, if the government were to fail in heeding their demands, Azimio would mobilise Kenyans into nationwide demonstrations.

“We, ask the Kenya Kwanza regime to take advantage of the 48-hour window given by the courts and immediately reach an agreement with doctors that will see a resumption of normalcy in public hospitals,” Kalonzo stated.

“Failure to which, we shall mobilize the public and other unions to join in a national,” he added.

Azimio in its statement noted despite efforts by the doctors to end the strike, the opposition was yet to witness a commitment from the government to do the same.

 

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