Kenyans praised and thanked the 2NK Sacco driver who had drove the students who were using drugs in his car. He was later sacked for doing the right thing and the story brought about different reactions from most organs. Today DCI boss George Kinoti met the driver who as sacked by 2NK Sacco.
After seeing the the driver visited by Kinoti, Kenyans have asked for the suspension of the 2NK Sacco immediately. This is because they feel like the Sacco promotes the use of drugs especially for school going children. Kenyans also called for the summon of the 2NK management for their punitive action they took to fire the responsible driver.
On addition to that, the driver who is now jobless need a job. Kenyans asked Kinoti to at least ensure that the responsible driver is given a job. Some argued that he should be given a government car. The right action should be rewarded and the 2NK Sacco should be dismissed as per Kenyans.
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