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Nairobi Water and Sewerage Company workers are demanding the immediate payment of accrued pension dues estimated at 2.6 billion shillings. The workers who held demos on Wednesday accused the company of allegedly failing to remit the funds and infringing on their freedom to demand what is rightfully theirs.
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NWSC workers demonstrate, demanding payment of pension funds
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