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Meet Immac Irungu; The Vivo Activewear Employee Maligning People On Instagram

Caption: Immac Irungu, a Chuka University Graduate and an employee of Vivo Activewear.

It’s quite normal coming across lengthy captions on Instagram posts nowadays. People use them to speak to their followers and share inspiring messages or just narrate a short funny story behind their posts.

Immac Irungu is one of these people, only that hers aren’t motivational threads, they are abusive posts. Through her handle @immacirungu she’s made over 40 Instagram posts in less than 3 days, hurling insults at anyone and everyone in her life, even strangers who mean absolutely no harm to her.

When one concerned user warned her that her conduct on Social Media could lead to the loss of her job, she sounded quite un-bothered. She then went ahead and called her a “broke bitch”.

Caption: Ms. Irungu is clearly not afraid of losing her job, making it clear that her employer sees the abusive content she posts on Instagram. She also throws insults at her former Jumia Kenya workmates.

The former Jumia Kenya employee boasts that her office follows her, which means they’ve been seeing her posts and haven’t done anything about it. Which sends us the message that Vivo Activewear has no problem with their employees posting abusive content on Social Media.

Our advice to Ms. Irungu is for her to seek help from a qualified psychiatrist before her situation worsens. We also hope that Vivo Activewear shall take appropriate action on their employee.

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