Karuturi workers protest demanding dues from Stanbic Bank


Karuturi workers protest demanding dues from Stanbic Bank
Karuturi flower farm workers hold demonstrations in South Lake Naivasha accusing Stanbic Bank of failing to pay them their dues four years later. PHOTO| FESTUS LANGO

In Summary

  • The workers accused Stanbic Bank of failing to pay them their dues following the closure of the flower farm four years ago.
  • The farm was closed down after its assets and equipment were sold by the bank to recover a debt owed to the bank.
  • According to the workers, the selling of the assets was against a court order.

By Festus Lang’o

Over 2,000 workers from Karuturi Flower Farm in Naivasha have accused a local bank of failing to pay them their dues amounting to Ksh.221 million.

The workers, who held a peaceful demonstration in South Lake Naivasha on Tuesday, accused Stanbic Bank of failing to pay them their dues following the closure of the flower farm four years ago.

The farm was closed down after its assets and equipment were sold by the bank to recover a debt owed to the bank.

According to the workers, the selling of the assets was against a court order.

They have accused the bank for failing to pay their dues four years now since the farm was closed.

For Citizen TV updates
Join @citizentvke Telegram channel



Video Of The Day: On Viusasa, now you can download your videos and play them back later

Citizen Reporter
Story By Citizen Reporter
More by this author