Uniformed officers from the Kisii County Enforcement team watched as the street children and nurses clashed to what the street children said they did not want to see demonstrations in the county.
The Union Kisii branch officials; Secretary General Eric Bosire and Chairman Fredrick Oigo told the media that they had served relevant County offices on their ongoing strike.
Mr Oigo said their efforts to meet the area Governor James Ongwae over the stalemate was yet to bear any fruit.
In the 2017 agreement, nurses were to receive in an increment of Uniform allowance of Sh15,000 I 2018/19, Sh20,000 in 2019/20 and Sh25,000 2020/21; Sh5,000 increment per year.
They were to receive nursing service allowance of Sh23, 000 in 2018/19, Sh26, 500 in 2019/20 and Sh30, 000 in 2020/21. Sh3, 000, Sh3, 500 and Sh3, 500 in the first second and third years.
Fearing for their safety, the nurses walked to Kisii Police Station demanding security to help them counter the 20 street children.
They were turned away on the excuse there were not enough police officers at the station.
Last week, members of the union could not hold any demonstration in the county owing to sharp divisions between their officials and members