University Academic Staff protests (PHOTOS)

University Academic Staff protests (PHOTOS)
  • Exactly 7 weeks down since the UASU Launched their Strike.
  • More than 8,000 University Lecturers and Professors in Public Universities are still in the streets to fight for dignified terms and conditions of service.
  • The government through IPUCCF presented KES10 Billion offer which translated into 3.237 percent on basic salary and 1.6163 percent on house allowance.

It has now entered the seventh week which amounts to 49 days since the Lecturers and the Professors went in the streets of Nairobi and all over the country following the government lack of Implementing the 2013-2017 CBA cycle which covers the basic Salary, House allowance, and pension for all the staff.

READ ALSO: University students petition parliament over lecturers strike

University Academic Staff Union (UASU) is calling upon both the Ministry of Education and Treasury to facilitate Inter-Public Universities Councils Consultative Forum (IPUCCF) to negotiate by adding the KES 4.8 billion to the KES 10 billion original offer which will give meaningful negotiations.

READ ALSO: Universities now put on notice

Here are photos of lecturers and Professors in the Streets.

Lecturers hold placards with writings displaying their disappointment.Photo: Edwin Gitobu/Xnews

 

University Academic Staff walks along the University way on March 8, 2017, towards the office of the Deputy president to present their petition to the Deputy president.Photo: a placardsEdwin Gitobu/Xnews

 

University Academic Staff Union Secretary General Dr. Constantine Wesoa placard.He lamented that they are not calling off the strike soon till the government accepts the new proposals raised by the UASU members.Photo: Edwin Gitobu/Xnews

 

Traffic police is assisted in removing traffic barriers along parliament road by UASU member.The Lecturers have condemned the government for harassing them.Photo: Edwin Gitobu/Xnews.

 

Union Staffs officials are directed by the Police on the arrival at the Deputy Presidents’ office.They wanted to present their Petition to the Deputy president to intervene in CBA negotiations.Photo: Edwin Gitobu/Xnews

 

 

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