Kakuzi Assault Victims Ask Murang'a County Government To Make Public It's Probe On Human Rights Violation Against The Firm Workers. -
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Kakuzi Assault Victims Ask Murang’a County Government To Make Public It’s Probe On Human Rights Violation Against The Firm Workers.

Kakuzi company has been in the headlines for the past few months after allegations of human rights violation to its workers and residents.

The victims are now calling on the Murang’a County government to release its findings on the investigations lodged against the company.

An enquiry into the alleged assault which was being conducted by The Lands and Environment Committee between November 2020 to January 2021 is yet to be made public.

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The victims have said that the findings will help them in proving their claims of years of assault by the firm.

The victims who were speaking at an event in Kinyaga Primary, Lower Gatanga said that the company has been trying hard to cover their injustices against the workers.

A man identified as Robert Thuku being among the latest victims to be dismissed from work after he lost his eyesight while on duty said that the company failed to cater for his medical bills as it had promised and sacked him without paying his dues.

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The company has also moved to court seeking a ledal address alleging that it has been denied a fair hearing.

Kakuzi claims that the Kenya Human Rights Rights Commission and Ndula Resource Center have not given the company a right to defend itself as the commissions have to the said victims.