Trade workers union boss Francis Atwoli during the last year labour day in Nairobi.
By SAM ALFAN
The high court has issued orders restraining Federation of public service trade unions of Kenya pusetu from interfering with Labor Day celebrations organized by its rival Central organization of trade union.
Industrial court judge Monica Mbaru issued the restrain orders yesterday after COTU said PUSETU has threatened to interfere with the lab our day celebrations which may cause violence .
The orders issued further blocks Pusetu from causing any breach of peace on Thursday May 1
Justice Mbaru certified the matter as urgent and directed Cotu to serve Pusetu with the restraining orders and other court documents. The case will be heard on May
In its documents, Cotu says it has taken over 1 year to prepare for the may 1 celebration. And the same not be disrupted by constitutional body or group.
COTU’s lawyer Judith Guserwa told the court that all workers have prepared to take part in the celebration without interference from any quarters.