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Mumias Sugar Fires All Employees

  • Mumias Sugar Company on Tuesday, November 5, laid off all its employees following the decision to put it under receivership on September 20.

    The company in a press release stated that payment to the affected employees would be dealt with in accordance with the provisions of the law.

    “Accordingly, the receiver shall engage the services of any employee on a temporary basis on mutually agreeable terms until the terms when the operations resume,” an excerpt of the press release read.
     

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