Manu Chandaria, the billionaire industrialist and philanthropist is not clean after all.
He was recently accused by the equally corrupt Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko of being a perennial land grabber.
Manu also owns Kaluworks, the company which was set up in 1929, and deals mostly in household utensils specifically, Cookware, but also has interests in aluminum products mostly roofing sheets.
Chandaria’s Fraud at Kaluworks
Millions of Kenyan households will be affected if Kaluworks closes its operations with already hundreds of innocent employees not knowing the next move.
Manu Chandaria using his big name and as the Chairman of Kaluworks borrowed billions from several commercial banks in town and then silently transferred the shares to his cousins and fronts to evade the loans.
This cunnnig old man, a cheap fraud, supposedly the richest Kenyan and top philanthropist.
Kaluworks has also not paid its employees.
Most of the so-called Kenyan billionaires are just mere millionaire crooks who are in culpable in some way or the other in stealing public funds, making business hard for start ups and competitors.
We’ve mentioned a couple of them on this site; the likes of Chris Kirubi and Humprey Kariuki.
The mainstream media often celebrates this people without truly questioning the source of their wealth.
They push the narrative that emboldens these crooks to steal and destroy Kenya more.
Manu was recently ‘washed’ squeeky clean by Mediamax, a company owned by the current first family of the irredeemably corrupt Kenyattas.
Through it’s TV station, K24, mediamax’s journbalist and socialite bimbo Betty Kyalo aired the billionaire lifestyle complete with a video which showed a exlusive lift in one of the houses that Manu Chandaria is constructing.
Wakenya, tuache kukubali kubebwa mafala. It is high time we ask tough questions. This model of stealing from the public is not sustainable.
This guy is living large while his workers at Kaluworks suffer.