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Company owned by corrupt Jaswant Rai accused of mistreatment

CRIMINAL: West Kenya Sugar chairman Jaswant Singh Rai tried to stop the construction and operations of Busia Sugar

Menengai Oil Refineries is accused of mistreatment.

A source said that the sales staff received the last salary in December 2021.

“Why is Menengai oil Refineries frustrating staff in the Sales Department?, all the departments in the Company have been receiving their salaries expect the sales department who have not been paid January and February salaries. We are in March and the last salary the staff received was their December salary”, the source wrote.

“How can the MD, the CFO and the Sales manager just wake up and hold staff salaries without any justifiable cause?”, the source pondered.

Owing to the salary delays and mistreatment from the management, some staff members chose to leave the firm. But they too are still waiting for their severance package as per the Kenya Labor Laws Act 2017.

“This is unfair, there are a number of staff who left the company in December 2021 and are yet to be given their terminal dues”

Scandals after scandals

It is not strange that such is happening at Menengai, a firm owned by one of the most corrupt state capture architect in modern Kenya, Mr Jaswant Rai.

However, this should not be the norm

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Mr Rai is also famous for importing contaminated sugar into Kenya a few years ago. He still walks scott-free because of his ties to the Kenyan establishment.

The Rai family has also been mentioned in the capture and sabotage of state firms in the Western Kenya region.

It is reported that Jaswant Rai imports sugar, puts it in warehouses, one of which is sadly, the Webuye Panpaper mills, then packgaes this in with different names for different sugar factories spread across Nyanza and Western Kenya counties.

‘All the sugar you consume, be it Kabras, Ndhiwa, Sugaken, and Sarai, cmes from the same unscrupulous dealer, who doesn’t crush any cane but imports sugar the repackages it’, a source said.

Slave Drivers

In the issue of Menengai Oil Refineries, since the ministry of Labor has failed, there’s another way of fronting resistance.

“Africans need to start boycotting Menengai oil products show solidarity with their African brothers and sisters who are going hungry, are frustrated and are now begging their neighbors for meals. Asians must respect Africans in their countries. Boycott, Kabras sugar, Aquamist, Raiply, Timsales, west Kenya sugar and Ndhiwa sugar’, our source recommends.

For by now, we clearly know that, ‘For Kenyans working with Indians, it is like 1619 Everyday’.

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