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Nairobi To Lose 100 Million Daily From The Ongoing Strike

Peter Musila 2 years ago
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Revenue collection operations at City Hall Annex came to a standstill on Wednesday after over 15,000 striking workers downed their tools, cutting off the power supply to the county offices over a pay rise.

A blackout in all government offices was experienced on the day of the strike with the Parking Director, Tom Tinega, saying he wasn’t aware that it was the workers who had cut the electricity supply. 

“There is a blackout since morning, but I’m not sure of the cause,” Tinega told journalists.

City Hall is reportedly to collect 100 million a day through the county workers. The strike will see the county experience losses with Feb most likely recording the lowest revenue collection.

“Nothing is happening now. Parking and market fees have been hit most because they are collected daily and the workers are not on duty. The loss is huge, but I cannot quantify for now,” Tinega stated.

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