Kenyans today have been treated by rare events and exchange of words between the giant communication company Safaricom and COTU secretary general Francis Atwoli. Safaricom has been accused of trying to lay off some of its staff even as the country suffer the Covid 19 pandemic. In the new rules set by the current CEO Peter Ndegwa, the company calls for all its employees to do a new job applications.
Safaricom Boss Peter Ndegwa and Francis Atwoli
These sudden changes have hit a hard rock from Kenyans who have hit on the CEO to stop being that way. He has equally been accused of wanting to employ just his tribesmen and relatives. Kenyans have shown their disappointments and called on the company to ought to have never employed a Kenyan in the first place. Others have hinted that the company will soon collapse just like Nakumatt and Turkeys supermarket went off the market.
But to their rescue, blogger Robert Alai has now told Kenyans to take it easy on Ndegwa. He has claimed that the powerful man is just trying to create a new road map for the company which is always the case. He has also warned Kenyans to stop paying attention to Francis Atwoli since he has never done anything tangible to workers he represent.
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