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ALOYS MICHAEL: Unions should continue fighting for employees welfare

The rate of unemployment has remained high. Our economy is not at ease

In Summary

•The government has done something about labourers or workers welfare but not yet to its punching grounds.

•The Kenya vision 2030 and Big four agenda, has given this country a sense of direction to work towards achieving goals.

The need to fight for the rights of workers in the world who were under severe and inhuman treatment gave birth to trade movements and unions to articulate their demands.

The workers were ...