See Also: VIDEO: Funny moment when tour guide wrongly translates tourists message in a video recordingHe affirmed that the association is not seeking to confront the government on the matter but was hopeful their request to tentatively halt the hiring will be considered given they raised genuine concerns over the situation in the health sector in Kenya. Tanzania opposition party CHADEMA leaders have opposed the move saying it is wrong given the dire need for more doctors in the country. Presidential aspirant Philip Murgor who had been on the legal lead during the doctors' strike has said the Kenyan Government is failing to act in good faith as Makueni Senator Mutula Junior who had also been at the center of the KMPDU negotiations said there are more unemployed qualified doctors in Kenya. Senator Mutula said just as in Tanzania, Kenya had stopped employing more medical practitioners and the two countries have a shortage of doctors.
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