Aviation Union Demands Reinstatement of Sacked Staffer
The Kenya Aviation Worker’s Unification has commanded for the instantaneous and categorical restoration of the airline employee who was deferred for supposedly recording the advent of a Chinese airline that landed today in Kenya.
In a powerfully articulated declaration signed up by the union’s Secretary General Moss Ndiema, the union wanted that Mr. Gire Ali be restored by adjacent of professionalism back to work on Friday, February 28, 2020.
“We call upon you to lift his suspension unconditionally and reinstate him back to his duty immediately, an in any case not later by close of business, 28th February 2020,” said Mr. Ndiema.
Kenya Airways deferred Mr. Ali on Friday condemning him of revealing deprived treatment and managing of travelers received from China on Wednesday.
In the deferral letter, Mr. Ali is criticized for supposedly taking a video footage a China Southern Airlines plane at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on Wednesday, February 26, 2020.
“It is therefore foolhardy for management to trivialize such a critical and monumental health catastrophe of global concern by victimizing an employee whose action of alleged involvement in the circulation of the video clip was purely borne out of good faith and the need to fulfill an ordinary’s citizen’s national duty of care to inform the public and the world of a possible health threat,” the secretary general of the Union of workers said.
The letter employed by Chief Human Resources Officer Evelyne Munyoki, also well-ordered Mr. Ali to appear before the probing crew, his boss and any other being in buff.
Mr. Ndiema cautioned the nationwide hauler of persecuting Mr. Ali.