Excitement in the air as Giant betting firm Sportpesa, on Thursday Oct 31st, reportedly recalled all their employees back on job.
The Betting company early last month fired, through a termination letter dated 2nd October 2019,’ its employees after it fell out with the government over tax compliance what triggered their threats to close shop in the country.
Its reported that all the staff who were fired during the confusion had already been contacted to report at Chancery Building headquarters along Valley Road today, Friday November, 1st.’
Sources further disclosed that this communication was done by the company’s Human Resources HR official Terry Wanja Njagi, who on Thursday at 3PM sent out a bulk email to all ex-staff members asking them to show up at the headquarters.
A source from the firm whispered to jihami.com that in the email received, two things had been indicated on the agenda; “Withdrawal of termination notices dated 2nd October 2019.” and “Tomorrow at 11am we will communicate the next step.”
“I got the email this afternoon, and all we can now do is speculate that, hopefully, we will have our jobs back,” she told KDRTV.
Sportpesa, in September, announced its exit from the Kenyans market due to pressure from the state which had given them notice of a 20% tax slap on all bets placed.
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