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Ties To Powerful Forces At Labour Ministry And Judiciary Makes Babs Security Limited Act Rogue

Isaac Macharia, CEO/Managing Director

Good morning,

Thanks for posting the suffering at BABS SECURITY GROUP.

I’d like to share more information regarding the management.

The ‘Group’ or Company is wholly owned by one Mr. : Isaac Macharia whom I understand used to work for Bob Morgan (BM) Security.

There’s one notorious slay queen manager (overall – yeye ndiye kusema) called Susan, other managers are there just there for formality. She operates like Pharaoh’s wife. She decides who gets what, who gets paid when, who works where. She controls what Mr. Macharia does. They can decide to buy vehicles n motor bikes as staff go without salary for up to two months.

Recently Mr. Macharia hired a retired Mzee called Bwire. This guy is 75 years old. He retired from KK Security. The reason being: He’s related to a former VERY VERY Senior government official in The AG’s office.

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His (Mr Bwire’s) connections in the Judiciary which is an asset in case BABS SECURITY GROUP faces legal challenges.

They’ve successfully frustrated and thwarted efforts by those sacked/terminated/resigned staff/workers to get justice. If you visit the Ministry of Labour and enquire about cases which have stalled involving workers from BABS SECURITY GROUP, you’ll be shocked.

Drivers too are suffering in silence.

Any damages to the vehicles, their salaries are attached no matter the outcome of the case (whereby Insurances are supposed to cater for the damages).

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Very Sad: Slavery and Suffering At Babs Security Group



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