Employees Sue Raila’s Firm Over Unpaid Salaries Worth Millions

More than one hundred former employees of a company linked to ODM leader Raila Odinga have sued it for failure to pay them their dues totaling more than Sh150 million dating back to the year 2017.

The 116 ex staff worked at Spectre International Limited located along Kisumu-Busia Road that has not been in operation since 2017.

Spectre International Ltd is part of the flagship business of Raila, but the company is different from his other firm East African Spectre, the liquefied petroleum gas cylinder manufacturer based in Nairobi.

The Ex-Spectre International workers are demanding a total of Sh73,592,868 salary arrears

Some of the issues they are raising in the suit include failure to remit provident funds deducted from the claimants’ salaries totalling to Sh31,238,187.

In papers filed by their lawyer Moses Omondi, the workers are accusing the company of not remitting Sacco dues deducted from their salaries at Sh11,474,727 as well as severance pay after computation of the same and agreement of pay.

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