The medics went to court to prevent the legislature from procuring the experts saying there are 1,400 unemployed Kenyans.
KMPDU secretary general Ouma Oluga stated: "It would be expensive and thusly a show of indiscreet open fund administration to have 500 Tanzania specialists at Sh20,000 every day."
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The Labor court made the decision on Friday saying it will be as a result until the specialists' application is heard and decided
"That leave is thus granted...to suppress the choice of the government...to employ outside specialists to be conveyed to Kenya," read court papers dated March 31.
The court affirmed the matter as critical and gave the administration 21 days to react to the application by the wellbeing laborers.
The matter will be specified on April 19.
On March 18, Tanzanian President John Magufuli said they will send 500 specialists to Kenya to help address the lack.
Be that as it may, the move has been contradicted by a few pioneers. On Thursday, National Super Alliance co-chief Raila Odinga rejected the arrangement saying it was misguided, considering the high number of youthful qualified Kenyan specialists who need employments.
"It is frustrating that the administration is trying to select 500 remote specialists yet there are several specialists searching for work," Raila said.
"We have to put resources into settling our strategy issues in a way that leaves our subjects roused and willing to serve our nation."
He said the current specialists strike was achieved by the many hiccups in the administration of the wellbeing division.
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Source: The Star