Court extends orders barring Kenya Airwayspilots from striking
By Luke Anami | May 10th 2016
The court yesterday extended orders barring Kenya Airways’ pilots from going on strike.
Justice Nderi Nduma of the Employment and Labour Relations Court extended the orders following an application by the airline through lawyer Obura Mbeche.
The pilots were restrained from calling, participating or engaging in any form of industrial action including striking on account of the ongoing restructuring process and pending the hearing of the application.
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