Quite an unfortunate incident, it is great that they were released.
On Tue, 19 Jun 2018 05:39 Grace Bomu via kictanet, <
> Many moons later, Zack Muriuki’s colleagues have been released.
> Three Kenyans who had been jailed in Ethiopia for alleged
> telecommunication fraud were finally released and handed over to the Kenyan
> authorities after spending three years in Kalit Maximum Prison.
> Il lunedì 19 dicembre 2016, Athar Ahmad Bhatti via kictanet <
> email@example.com> ha scritto:
>> Apologies for the blank post.
>> Having worked in neighboring countries on assignment i find it is never
>> easy working out of the country. In most local companies rules are thrown
>> out of the window in favor of higher profits. Some of them even eat into
>> per diems of staff members and house them in a he cheapest accommodations
>> Zak was just trying to make an honest living. It is the duty of the
>> senior manager and board of the company that sent him to Ethiopia without
>> appropriate permission and legal representation to be accountable. Now that
>> Zak is gone the company needs to be sued under humanitarian grounds to
>> generously compensate the family of Zack.
>> The company should also be forced to lodge a case with the Ethiopian
>> Government to pay any liable penalties through violation of laws of the
>> country and release the workers still in jail. They must send lawyers
>> immediately and be named and shamed if not.
>> What are the so called humanitarian NGOs doing? They should put pressure
>> on this draconian company and ensure they act for this is unacceptable.
>> Ready to sign any petitions necessary for this is unacceptable.
>> Thank you,
>> Best regards,
>> Athar Ahmad Bhatti
>> On Mon, Dec 19, 2016 at 11:26 PM +0300, “Athar Ahmad Bhatti” <
>> firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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