CS Ukur Yatani forms team to investigate alleged racism at SGR - 7 months ago, 11 July 20:31

By: Ibrahim Oruko

Labour CS Ukur Yatani has constituted a team of senior Ministry officials to investigate claims of racism and discrimination at the Standard Gauge Railway.

The CS said the allegations, if true, point to a violation of both Article 41 of the constitution and the labour laws promising “appropriate corrective action” should criminal culpability be established on any individual.

In a late night statement, Mr Yatani ordered the team to carry out thorough investigations and report back to him within the next seven days.


“As the Ministry charged with the responsibility of enforcing compliance with the country’s labour laws, and also cognisant of the need to guard workers safety and health at work. I have today constituted a team of ministry officials to carry out investigations as to the veracity of the allegations,” the CS said.

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