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University bosses and lecturers lock horns as learning in 31 universities come to a standstill

Posted: 10 Mar 2018 In Jamb By Ceejay for School | 0 Comments


in their opinion is ill-timed and unfortunate.

The VCs also claimed Kenya Universities Academic Staff Union (KUSU) and University Academic Staff Union (UASU) ignored ongoing process aimed at addressing their concerns.

Lecturers, on the other hand, blamed the VCs of deception and interference with the affairs of the two unions (KUSU and UASU).

“They should stop interfering with union affairs,” UASU Secretary General Constantine Wasonga said in reaction to the VCs' claims.

The unions' officials further argued that calling for a strike was the only the could force the government to address their grievances.

The current strike commenced on March 1, 2018 after the unions issued a week's notice.

The 2017-2021 CBA that is at the center of controversy was to be implemented by July 1, 2017 according to KUSU and UASU. The lectures have vowed not to go back to work until this CBA is implemented.

The ongoing strike is likely to affect about 600,000 students in public universities who may soon be forced to go home and wait for the lecturers to return to class.

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