Despite his cries John Maina, the popular 2NK Sacco driver who attempted to drive students who were smoking bang to a nearby police station got unfairly dismissed and lost his job as the Sacco accused him of other malpractices. Many Kenyans attacked the Sacco and threatened to boycott their services after this unfortunate incident.
John Maina who was fired by 2NK Matatu SACCO for reporting misbehaving students has finally been honoured by Nyeri County governor Mutahi Kahiga to work as a driver in his county. The driver's decision to report the students at the nearest police station was received negatively by his former employer who inturn fired him from work.
It's no longer a laughing matter for the popular sacco which allegedly fired their driver for 'being a good' person. This is following the latest developments on the issue after renown Senior Lawyer allied to President Uhuru Kenyatta, vowed to go the legal way in bid for the driver's justice.
Investors of a Sacco in Kiambu county have reached out to President Uhuru Kenyatta after their property was marked for auction by a commercial bank over a Ksh500 million loan. Members to the sacco jittered with anger and confussion held protests in Thika on Tuesday, November 23, after they learnt that a commercial bank was planning to auction their parcels of land to recover the half a billion loan taken by the Sacco.
Hon. Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri has hinted through his official facebook page alleging that deputy president William Ruto sends him a huge amount of money few minutes after he called him about attending the official launch of "Wamama Tunawera" Sacco (CBO). According to Kimani Ngunjiri deputy president William Ruto sends him 100.
Days after the 2NK driver reported a case where students were caught smoking marijuana and taking alcohol on their way to Nairobi from Nyeri County, the sacco has set the record straight on the issue, a development that have caused an online uproar as the general public bashed the sacco after allegedly dismissing the driver.
I/CJohn Muthoni, a Matatu driver who was reported to have driven school going children into a police station after they were allegedly intoxicated with alcohol and bhang has now recieved support after a "#Resist 2NK" hash tag has began to circulate on social media. Taking it to social media, many who supported his actions have cited disappointments againest transport company saying that you should have been promoted but not stopped from working.
Super metro psv Sacco had announced fifty vacancies for conductors.The date set for vetting is 3rd December.The interviews are set to be conducted at the headquarters of the Sacco at Njegi House in the Nairobi CBD. It will not be a ride at the park for those who are willing to try their luck.Interested personnel are required to carry with them their academic details , police clearance certificate and the most compulsory being an original national identification card.
Are you looking for a job as a conductor or tout or know anyone who will be interested in such a job? Well, 50 positions are currently available with good pay. Please send this article to anyone in need of a job. The Super Metro PSV matatu Sacco has issued an open call for 50 conductor positions.
Moments after 2NK Sacco were accused for laying off one of their driver after he was about to report rowdy students to authorities, they have come out to defend themselves claiming that the allegations by the driver are not true. They gave an explanation whereby they asserted that the driver had refused to give out money belonging to the car owner.
Reports of a driver who was working with 2NK Sacco being fired after reporting rowdy students who were smoking weed in a matatu to the police station. According to reports, in an event that Mr. John Muthoni who is 32 years old thought that he was lawfully doing the right thing to report 13 students who were smoking weed turned ugly as he lost his job.
Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss George Kinoti has finally broken the silence over the viral driver who was fired by 2NK Sacco. John Muthoni recently took a bold action of rerouting to police station after the highschool students he was ferrying began misbehaving and abusing drugs.
The 2NK Sacco driver by the name John Muthoni who decided to drive students to a police station, lost his job after being fired by the Sacco. Not everyone got excited with his act after he did the unexpected to the unruly students who were totally intoxicated. On his facebook account page, he posted saying that he has lost his job following his act to the students who were smoking weed inside the matatu.
SACCOs are popular due to the low-interest rates they charge on loans to their members compared to other financial institutions such as banks. The purpose of the SACCOs is to mobilize its members’ funds and grant credit for the members’ personal or group development. 1.Tai Sacco Society Ltd
A day ago, an incident occurred where students jumped out of a 2NK matatu that was bound for Nairobi from Kirinyaga after the driver noticed that the students were indulging in bang and illicit drinks. According to the report by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI), the driver was very persistent of the teenagers to stop before branching to the police station.
Netizens have been left talking after the 2NK driver who drove unruly students to the police station and fled for smoking bhang and drinking alcohol was fired by the company he works for. John Muthoni, the driver has received a lot of praise from social media users for his patriotic act especially at this time when the country has witnessed increased cases of arson attacks in school.
Moments after 2NK SACCO were accused by Kenyans for firing their driver, they have now come out to clear the air and set the record straight. From their side of the story, they claim that the driver had issues with non remittance of the owner's funds.
Photo: DCI boss, Mr Kinoti and Former 2NK driver John Muthoni The case of the sacked 2NK Sacco driver who drove students who were abusing drugs into the police station has taken another turn. DCI boss, Dr Kinoti has lately summoned the driver, John Muthoni after the controversial 2NK Sacco sacked him a couple of days ago.
This morning, a number of angry Kenyans have taken to 2NK SACCO Society Limited, a leading transportation company in Kenya, after it fired a driver who reported students who were using bhang and alcohol in the Matatu that he was driving yesterday. 2NK SACCO Society LTD the company that fired a driver for allegdly reporting drunk students who were high on weed in his vehicle have come out to deny claims of harassing the driver for taking the action without prior informing his bosses.
A 2NK Sacco Driver has found himself on the losing side after the students he was ferrying home for mid term started abusing drugs and other substances while on board. He tried to plead with the students to stop but his plea fell on deaf ears. He then decided to drive to the Sagana police station.