The chairperson of the health committee in the Council of Governors, Kisumu Governor Jack Ranguma has denied claims that Governors are frustrating ongoing talks between the Council of Governors and nurses union officials.
Ranguma says they have mandated there executive members for health to spearhead the negotiate process.
He says the CoG alongside other agencies successfully cleared the talks and agreed on various issues with the nurses.
Speaking to the press in Kisumu, Ranguma says the stalemate is on the advisory that was issued by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission.
He told the union officials to see how to convince SRC to implement the agreed position.
Ranguma says Governors are keen to see nurses back in their hospitals to save lives of Kenyans.
He says Governors must be absolved from the blame and told the nurses union officials to follow what the law says.