Nandi Nurses call off their 3-month strike after talks with Governor Sang Nurses in Nandi County have called off their three-month long strike after successful return-to-work talks with the county government. This follows a closed door meeting chaired by the County Governor Stephen Sang at the county headquarters, where he urged nurses to resume work as from Wednesday 19th September. The meeting between the nurses and the county government had been convened by the county boss in bid to seek an amicable solution to issues raised by Nurses, which include delayed promotions and salary arrears. Governor Sang assured the nurses that they will receive their promotion letters before the end of the week, and clarified that all nurses will climb a scale up from their current status in terms of salaries and allowances. He also assured the nurses that they will receive all their withheld salaries and allowances, covering the months that they have been on strike. “I want to give you my word that after you resume work tomorrow none of you will be victimized,” added Sang.