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Neocolonialism at Camusat Kenya

CAPTION: Richard Thomas, President and CEO at Camusat Group

In 2019, cnyakundi.com exposed the tech services firm, Camusat.

Over a year later, nothing has changed.

Camusat which was accused of mistreating employees is said have now embarked on a very disturbing process of trying to terminate employees without having to pay all accrued legal dues.

The firm lost a contract with Safaricom Plc after negligence.

They had been contracted to maintain the Safaricom Plc Home Fibre networks.

The rotten Labour and interior ministries have for a long time failed to protect Kenyans from predatory foreign firms.

Camusat Kenya On The Spot For Mistreating Employees

It is time for Kenyans to read Article 37 of the Constitution and make use of it.

Petition the labour ministry over the evil happening to your brothers and sisters in Nairobi’s Industrial Area.

Corruption is our killer; for the money that is supposed to be paid to workers ends up in the fat pockets of politicians who ask for monthly bribes and protection money for multinationals that set up shop in Kenya.

Article 37 of the Constitution of Kenya provides for freedom of peaceful assembly and states that ‘every person has the right, peaceably and unarmed, to assemble, to demonstrate, to picket, and to present petitions to public authorities’.

This is how they have escaped justice and continue to operate even after flouting immigration and labour laws.

Why refuse to pay redundancy separation money?

Alert Yatani: More Revelations Of Mistreatment At Camusat Kenya

“How do you terminate an employee who has diligently worked for over 5 years and their contract is on a permanent basis without paying the service fee? Our cry is to the labour ministry and workers trade union to kindly help stop this monstrosity before it goes on any further”, the source at Camusat said

Corruption is our killer; for the money that is supposed to be paid to workers ends up in the fat pockets of politicians who ask for monthly bribes and protection money for multinationals that set up shop in Kenya.

Ukoloni mambo leo (neocolonialism)


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