The current BIFU Organizing secretary Tom Odero received a bribe, in a matter where some workers were unlawfully laid off, we can reveal.
Tom Odero, who is no different from Isaiah Kubai was the first one to be bought by the Kenya Commercial Bank CEO Joshua Oigara, exposing how rotten BIFU is and calling for a serious purge on the Union.
At one time, when the KCB workers argued that the appraisals were unfair and discriminatory and could therefore not form the basis for such drastic action, Tom Odero was bribed by Oigara to turn against them. Without shame, Odero, then, argued that without appraisals, it would be hard for the KCB to justify how it arrived at the bonus pot for unionised staff.
According to former GIRO COMMERCIAL BANK employees, sometime in November 2015, BIFU filed an application under the certificate of urgency and on the 6th, Judge Linet Ndolo gave a quick date for interparty hearing of the application, a clea case of manipulated case just like the one Oigara, Russo and Kubai bribed a Judge to Kill.
The workers wanted to know their fate as the bank was in the process of selling shares to I & M bank.
Shockingly, a consent was entered by none other than Tom Odero without workers consent or knowledge which made some of them lose their jobs while some went for retirement without the proper package as they were entitled to.
Now, Along the way, they were given 2 different letters of retirement at the same time as a result of the corruption that took place in regards to this matter ….CNYAKUNDI.COM has attached the letters at the end of this article
Sadly BIFU Mr. Tom Odero Received cash through RTGS at one of his accounts at Bank of Baroda.
He has been colluding with banks to undermine the employees.
Wait for the last part concerning Tom Odero….
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