Corporate Fraud

Blowplast Limited Responds To Blogger Cyprian Nyakundi After Exposés

Sanjay Brahmbhatt, Group Managing Director, Blowplast Ltd, Kenya.

Attention Blowplast Limited staff, the information you sent to has reached your managers but they are denying everything that you said.

This email written by Hanif and copied to the Group Managing Director Sanjay shows the level of entitlement that these Asians have and it stinks to high heaven.

It is open knowledge that Indians in Kenya, after sucking Daniel Moi’s dick, they became untouchables. They forgot that all corrupt dealings always comes to an end. is the red sea for such Pharaohs who have treated this lot of human beings as animals.

DCI, Ministry of Labour and EACC should investigate Blowplast Limited.

The pharaohs chariots are now drowning in the red sea.

Slavery: For Kenyans Working With Indians, It Is 1619 Everyday

Dear Cyprian,

Hope all is well with you. I was forwarded a blogpost about Blowplast Limited and wanted to share a few sentiments:

We have worked with Blowplast for a number of years and they are one of the leading companies for plastic bottles and jars in East Africa and play a very important role in our economy. As business partners they have always been very supportive for our growth and often have provided capital for new moulds and expansion of our product range.

I have dealt with Sanjay on a personal level. I have found him to be kind, understanding and cooperative. In fact we have called him to our offices so he can share with us his CSR initiatives.

There is always two sides of a story and it is not a given that a company or corporate takes advantage of its employees. Worst and much worse happens in many parts of this world. Yesterday I watched two episodes of Minaj Hassan- The Patriot Act. In it there was awful abuse of employees on Cruise ships that operate out of Miami and abuse of employees in the gaming industry in the U.S

Recently I had to close one of my companies due to persistent employee fraud. I tried my best for my employees. Assisted with school fees. Awarded those who performed the best. In fact one employee who consistently received awards was the employee who was involved in fraud. We always treated our employees with respect and the chance to grow. Recently we had a well known international motivator to come and give a talk. You feel very hurt when you are betrayed.

I feel that if we really want to change Kenya and change Kenyan hearts it takes more than a blog to do this. We need to change everything about us. From the way we are raised, our friends, what we ingest in our minds, the influence of our parents, our leaders, the economy and cost of living, the prevalence of drugs and other addictions like alcohol and the new vice of sports betting. There is so much that has to change in society.

I am sure you a person that shares the above sentiments and is looking for improvement in society.

More On Blowplast Limited

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