Officials of a health workers’ union, who have been sued by governors over the ongoing doctors’ strike, will know their fate tomorrow.
The Council of Governors wants top chiefs of Kenya Medical Practitioners, Pharmacists and Dentists Union jailed for allegedly breaching court orders stopping the workers’ job boycott.
The Labour and Employment Court said today it would rule on the matter on tomorrow.
Judge Hellen Wasilwa said she would decide whether to order police to arrest the union officials.
During today’s court session, the Council of Governors told court that KMPDU officials should be to be held liable for contempt of court.
The officials, who have denied being served with the court order issued on December 2, said they have been on the negotiations table with the county bosses.