Ena Coach On The Spot For Yet Another Time Over Alleged Theft of Client's Goods Eliciting Reactions
By SkyCrapArena254 | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 0 views
The Ena coach limited has once again been put on the spot following complaints by their client over alleged theft of goods.
This however comes barely a month after the same explorer parcel handlers was exposed on their way of handling goods and services, following complaints by a section of kenyans who their valuable goods went missing in an unknown ways.
For yet another time, the company has been put on the spot after one of their client's took it upon himself complaining over his missing commodity.
In his complaint, the client alleged to have sent six parcels barely one week down the line using Ena coach to Mombasa but only received 5 of them with the whereabouts of the other being unknown.
This has however elicited a series of reactions from concerned kenyans following the expose incident.
Below is a screenshot of some of the reactions;
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