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Mungatana defends port charter crafting process

By Maarufu Mohamed | Jul 23rd 2014 | 1 min read
By Maarufu Mohamed | July 23rd 2014

Dock workers union was fully involved in crafting of the Mombasa Port Community service charter despite allegations that it was sidelined, Kenya Ports Authority Chairman Danson Mungatana has said. He refuted claims the workers union was not consulted in talks that resulted in the birth of the first ever service charter for the Mombasa Port Community. Speaking at Ngao Village in Tana County over the weekend, Mungatana said the union officials were briefed right from the start. He said any claims that the union was sidelined are news to him and to all the players involved in crafting the charter. "The discussions for the formation of this charter were not started yesterday and all the stakeholders were well involved and the dockers union as well," said Mungatana.


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