The Blowplast CEO and MD Sanjay Brahmbhatt is a rogue man.
He is a slave driver who has perfected the art of smiling for the cameras and acting like all is well while the most he does is enslave Kenyans at his Blowplast factories.
This site had documented sheer slavery at Blowplast Limited, and by now Kenyans know and understand quite too well that For Kenyans Working With Indians, It Is 1619 Everyday.
Blowplast has been exposed as a company that doesn’t respect workers rights.
Blowplast Limited doesn’t follow Health and Safety regulations and locks up workers like pigs in their factories at night and during the day. Only God knows what can happen in case a fire breaks out.
Does Stanbic Bank of Kenya Limited condone such behavior from one of its clients?
Is business just business no matter who one does it with? (Stanbic Bank is one of the financiers of Blowplast).
In 2012, Blowplast Limited was awarded ‘the most consistent company’ under the now defunct Company of the Year Awards (COYA). In 2015, His JIM CROW-ness: Sanjay Brahmbhatt, Group Managing Director, Blowplast Ltd, Kenya was announced as COYA CEO of the year and in 2017 Blowplast Limited was the winner of the Innovation, ICT and Knowledge Management Award category.
A Blowplast Limited manager, Mr. Charanjit Singh also won Manager of the year Award in 2017.
COYA was the brainchild of the struggling Kenya Institute of Management (KIM).
COYA was funded by corrupt wahindis so as to try to sanitize their names. Slavedrivers cannot be sanitized.
Over the years, this site has been education Kenyans on the amorphous group known as the Nairobi Corporate Cartel. A stinking group of rich by stealing people who control how things are done in this Nairobi.
They give awards to their friends and companies which they have interests in and lie to Kenyans in those awards.
The Nairobi Corporate Cartel is full of gay men who screw each others assholes and live double lives.
This is the congregation that gifted Blowplast CEO awards for best performing.
A bought award, that’s the only explanation, going by the exposés sent to this site by numerous staff members accusing the management of mistreatment.
The management which is currently targeting Kisiis for firing is Rotten to the core. How can one sack people on the basis of ethnicity?
It just shows how they are, a bunch of double-dealing dogs.
Kenya must do better, if a person is awarded and they later do wrong in this society, they need to return the award as a sign of goodwill for a maturing society.
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