Ex Capital FM presenter Miss Mandii has bowed down to pressure from Kenyans after issuing an official apology after she was accused for being a bully while working with his fellow employees. The whole Wednesday to Saturday Miss Mandii has been trending after an employee they used to work together 9 years ago exposed her for being a very bad person to work with.[Photo Courtesy]
The whole drama dragged in Amina Abdi Rabar who was also accused of being a bully at work. She apologized yesterday while hosting her popular show known as 'The Trend' on NTV. Miss Mandii feels sorry for those people who they were working together because she didn't know her words and actions were hurting them.
Through her Instagram account, Miss Mandii says that she has reflected on all the years that she has been online but she doesn't recall any negative moments but maybe she might have impacted others the wrong way. She has written an apology letter asking Kenyans to forgive her since she didn't mean to hurt anyone with her actions.
She has also promised Kenyans that she will act on accountability so that she can impact Kenyans positively. For those whom she had caused distress them, she says that she is a changed person and that is what she stands for.
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