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We Need To Talk About Mistreatment At The Workplace.
Slavery: For Kenyans Working With Indians, It Is 1619 Everyday
We need to talk about the freedom of the labor force, we have civilians’ suffering thoroughly in the hands of Indian employers.
Kenyans are being oppressed, misused and abused in there own country, some work in tight schedule, with peanut pay or no pay at all. Some get unnecessary termination’s and run nowhere since Indians have had the habit of using money to solve it with lawyer and deny common Mwananchi justice. It’s a great pity to see our people still not free in their land.
Indians In Kenya crooked ways
If you work for an Indian that’s where the worst case is lying.
You are not given a job descriptions (JD), one can be terminated anytime, sometimes one has to beg for salaries.
The payroll shows indian employees enjoying all good salaries with all the privileges.
Where else our people are suffering..its time to speak up for our people honestly!
What is COTU and the numerous trade unions under it doing?
Our people are suffering in silence.
If you are working for an Indian employer or any other that is mistreating staff, send the information to [email protected]
Let’s document the atrocities at the work place and make it public knowledge for in due time a revolution will sweep away the oppressors.
You shall remain anonymous.
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