A video of a Jirani Smart manager caning an employee provokes mixed reactions online


Jirani Smart Microfinance in Nyamira photo

Jirani Smart Microfinance is on the spot after an attack was claimed at their Nyamira headquarters.

A guy, considered to be a top official in the organization, is shown viciously punching a coworker over fraud suspicions in a video circulating on social media. On Thursday, June 16, 2022, the event happened.

As other coworkers in the office observe from their desks, the tall and well-built employee with a belt is seen pouring hard power punches on the defenseless guy, who has subsequently been named as Charles Nyaachi.

He is overheard scolding the worker on the floor for squandering corporate resources by making regular excursions to Homa Bay County's Oyugis town.


 "Oyugis ulienda kufanya nini (What were you doing in Oyugis)? You are using company resources!" he is heard saying before descending on Nyaachi with blows and kicks.


The victim implored for mercy, even asking coworkers to intercede, but the attacker was deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly cruel.

A segment of the internet is outraged by the occurrence, and they are now urging the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) to intervene.

Kennedy Muthama, a team leader at the organization, told employees that the situation was under investigation and that required action would be taken against the culprit, "even prosecution if proper care is taken," in a note to all employees.

However, in what appears to be a wrap, the manager instructed the staff to keep the problem quiet in order to safeguard the company's reputation.


"I know many would have wished to use the brand publicly for negative reasons. It is a shake-up and we should all seize such a moment to shine and make our brand stronger beyond the imagination of the competitors."

"Remember, competitors are more than happy when they get a loophole to mess up with your brand name. Let us all stand strong and show our might. Let's push for more and retain our position as winners in the marketplace," he said in the memo dated June 16.

He continued, "Remember, you do not eat where you sh*t or sh*t where you eat, because, either way, the smell will be bad. Let us kindly protect our brand from bad publicity."



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