The Kenya National Union of Nurses (KNUN) Secretary General, Seth Panyako, now claims that a section of politicians from Western region were involved in underhand deals at the cash strapped Mumias Sugar company, thus contributing to the withdrawal of the investor.
Panyako who spoke to KBC on phone now wants the Directorate of Criminal Investigations and the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission to investigate the conduct of the politicians and prosecute those found culpable.
He accuses the leaders of bringing the giant sugar company to its knees through corruption, saying it is in the interest of farmers and the people of Western region to revive Mumias Sugar company.
On the BBI bill, Panyako said he will mobilize workers to oppose the constitutional amendment bill because it gives the Salaries and Remuneration Commission powers to determine workers’ salaries, which he says contravenes the International Labor Organization conventions.
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