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Unfairly Sacked KCB Unionisable Employees’ Chairman Gabriel Okomo To Sue KCB, Joshua Oigara.



KCB Supreme Leader Joshua Oigara

His only crime was fighting for employees and that is why Joshua Oigara, the strongman from Kisii decided to fire him after colluding with other senior management nincompoops.

KCB CEO Joshua Oigara has been accused of high-handedness towards KCB employees that are paid peanuts as compared to senior management officials that are paid billions, in salaries and allowances.

Gabriel Okomo has been the Kenya Commercial Bank Unionisable Employees chairman. According to our sources, Joshua Oigara vowed that he must do away with Okomo who had become “Troublesome” by fighting for employees rights and refusing to be bought.

The Kenya Commercial Bank Management staged a Kangaroo disciplinary committee on the 8th of October and invited Okomo accusing him of ” inciting his colleagues to reject a well-orchestrated coup against the union by the employer in a court case that has dragged on since 2017″. This is the same case marred with corruption and bribery yet the Kenyan accountability institutions like ODPP, EACC, JSC and DCI have been silenced by Oigara’s deep pockets.

The final nail in the coffin was placed when Gabriel Okomo appeared in a protest that was held outside KCB Kencom, as covered by this site. Basically, you become an enemy of the KCB management by fighting for employees rights.

Gabriel Okomo will now Sue the KCB and Joshua Oigara for wrongful termination.

It is sad that Okomo will be seeking justice in the same courts that Joshua Oigara has in his pockets as we have previously exposed the unholy dichotomy that has been receiving millions in bribes to kill cases and rule in favour of the money laundering bank KCB.

Gabriel Okomo now joins the likes of William Ololchike who was targetted because he was Chairman BIFU KCB Chapter. His only crime was fighting for fellow oppressed workers. Oigara and Russo showed courts the middle finger by firing Ololchike a few years ago.

Currently, KCB Bank Ltd has more court cases at the Industrial Court than the cases for the other 43 banks combined.

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