Things seem to be getting thick at Safaricom after CEO Peter Ndegwa demanded that all employees reapply for their jobs as he plans to restructure.This seems to have been influenced by a failed attempted coup suspected to have been staged by Cartels.
Kenyans have taken to Twitter to raise their concerns on what seems to be a failing system,however, some, like the COTU chairperson Francis Atwoli,believe that every leader has their own visions and strategies and CEO Peter Ndegwa is no exception.He should therefore be allowed to give Safaricom a roadmap and get it to a better position.
Concerns of a failing network for long periods of time and how easily people are loosing their money in M-Pesa easily is however an issue to reckon with. There could be laxity among workers that has come to the CEO's notice or there could be plans to replace the current heads with a circle that will be easily manipulated to work on the CEO'S interests.
As it is said a female praying mantis bites off the head of the male after mating and so Ndegwa feels that he can not be comfortable with all the powerful vested interests in place.The Bob Collymore Safaricom is no more here!
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