Following our expose on Indian mistreatment of Kenyan workers. Von Hotpoint, the slave steam ship master saw an opportunity to go on social media, pay some low-lifes to defend the Jim Crow-ship.
It is appalling and a classic example of African Mental capture.
It is a Stockholm syndrome of sorts where a few jobless youths are thriving in the system. These jobless miscreant gang are the ones who were recently paid a few coins like Judas to betray the cause of documenting Unemployment, Underemployment and slavery in Kenya.
What they forgot easily is that in their speaking/ better still eating from both sides of their mouths, they cannot stop an idea whose time has come.
This blog is authoritative and documents facts.
More information on Slavery In Kenya perpetrated by Asians of Indian descent below, they hire foreigners from lower castes from India and use them as whip-holders in their slave shops. They forge or bribe immigration officials with a few coins for work permits.
We shall continue documenting. And if the senile and corrupt Jubilee regime was serious, why can’t the DCI start investigation Blowplast Limited, Safepak Limited, Von Hotpoint, Ellams Limited (forged 2017 general elections ballot papers for Jubilee & manufactures airtime credit cards for all major Telcos in East and Central Africa – Send more info) and many other companies owned by Indians to lush out illegal immigrants who forge work permits to work in Kenya in jobs that Kenyans can do.
This below, though not stated seems to be associated with sugar daddy baron Jaswant Rai, the killer of Kenyans using cancer.
I’ve read your article on workplace mistreatment from Von Hotpoint and I’d like to report the mistreatment we’re suffering in other Indian companies.
I am an employee of a Indian sugar company in western Kenya and I have worked here for almost three and a half years. I am a degree holder but just as the articles I have read says, all the posh jobs are reserved for the Indians. I have been given a job which is entirely different from my expertise yet they give the jobs which I trained for to the Indians.
These foreigners apart from being illiterate (which you can tell since they are not even computer literate and their inability to write clear sentences in English), are also in the country illegally without even a working permit.
I mean who would give a working permit to a non-professional right? But they are still here and they are still working and they are being paid almost six times my salary for a job I took the coveted HELB loan to train for.
Personally I have given up on even trying to fight for my rights, this is Kenya; the man with fat pockets will always be king and the weak will never have any rights but I don’t want my kids to grow up in this type of society.
Unfortunately, racism is still alive, and the funny thing is that someone thinks the color of his/her skin warrants them another level of job and another level of pay. It is even more unfortunate that this racial abuse is happening here at our home soil.
As a once infamous lady cried out, “Haki serikali saidia!”