Celebration as Aga Khan Education Center new CEO sacked.

Sukwinder Bassi

The racist and corrupt Sukhwinder Bassi has been sacked after a series of complaints from staff and parents.

Mr Bassi who became the CEO of the charitable education community late last year joined the society with unmatched arrogance and high handedness sacking experienced teachers and other non-teaching staff without following the laid down HR procedures.

His uncouth management practices led to poor morale among the staff and a wave of transfers by pupils to other schools. 

When the Ismailia led organization sensed the dwindling confidence from the public, they immediately sacked Bassi for fear of further backlash from the public. 

Mr Bassi sent an email to staff thanking them for allowing him to lead them.

” I am going to join my family and I will miss all of you.” His email said in part.

Soon after the staff received the email, they broke into a celebration thanking the foundation for easing the unnecessary tension created by Mr Bassi.

Just last week, Mr Bassi has authorized the sacking of several teachers and drivers in Kisumu, Nairobi and Mombasa.

“Good riddance”, they said.

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