Coast Development Authority workers on a go slow over salary dispute

Coast Development Authority workers on a go slow over salary dispute

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Demonstrating CDA workers being stopped by police officers from leaving their premises

More than 400 Coast development Authority workers held a peaceful demonstration outside their office in Mombasa on Wednesday, demanding payments and four months salary arrears.

The workers claimed of having given the management 14 days notice to tackle the matter before they go on strike.

Miss Fatuma Ali Daba , the staff leader told Baraka FM that their employer has been ignoring their claims accusing him of favouritism.

“This management has not made any effort to communicate to us officially through internal memos or email, to make it worse it has not talked to us even verbally.” Said Fatuma.

They also complained of leave allowance and medical cover which they claim they have not been paid for the last three years.

They now want the Managing Director Mr. James Mangi be removed from office.

“We are not going back to work, and if they refuse to pay our salary then we will be forced to go to court.” Fatuma added.

Mr.Mangi who was not in his office during the demonstration could not be reached for comments concerning the strike..

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