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KCB Employees: Joshua Oigara A Crook For Firing And Denying Gabriel Okomo His Payments



The KCB Union chairman was terminated after several failed attempts to bribe him into removing performance appraisal case from the Employment and Labour Relations Court by way of consent.

There has been a court injunction stopping the bank from appraising unionisable employees since August 2017.However on 13th September 2018,Group HR Director Paul Russo and the CEO Joshua Oigara decided to defy the court order and appraised the unionisable employees. Our union chairman told us that there was no consent registered in court removing the order.

This annoyed Paul Russo and Jushua Oigara since they don’t expect anyone to speak against their contempt to orders especially on appraisals because that’s how they pay themselves huge bonuses at the expenses of employees who only get paid 70% of their basic salaries as bonus.

Paul Russo and Joshua Oigara have now resolved to frustrate by withholding our chairman’s overtime and all other payments three weeks after clearance with the bank. Why are they holding his payments? KCB looks great from outside but this is how unprofessionally it is managed especially the HR department.

It should be known that KCB unlawfully appraised unionisable employees and terminated an innocent workers’ representative who refused to be compromised but chose to stand with the workers.

It was strategic for Paul Russo and Joshua Oigara to terminate our Union Chairman Gabriel Okomo because he was the main witness in the performance appraisal which is coming up for hearing on 5th December 2018 at court no.301 at the Employment and Labour Relations Court at 9.00 am.His termination was to create fear and scuttle the case. It is a shame what KCB is doing.

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