The Kenya Airline Pilots Association (KALPA) has issued a two day strike notice effective today over the poor management of Kenya Airways.
KALPA Secretary General Paul Gishangi says,the association representing KALPA has shown interest in recovery of the national carrier KQ.
Gishangi further explained that ,the current group CEO Mbuvi Gunze lacks the aviation qualifications experience as stated in the Senate report.
He noted that KALPA membership has issued a vote of no confidence in the Kenya Airways CEO and call for his immediate resignation.
He said ,Kenya Airways had earlier announced that it will embark on their staff rationalization exercise that would see 600 employees declared redundant on 30th April.