Kenyans demands immediate reinstatement of suspended KQ employee

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Since its outbreak in early this year, countries around the world have been put on high alert to take extra precaution of passengers travelling from countries ravaged by the virus.

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Kenyans are calling for unconditional reinstatement of suspended Kenya Airways employee Gire Ali describing him as a hero for blowing the whistle for the sake of kenyans safety

Gire was suspended by KQ for sharing a video exposing poor handling and management of passengers arriving from coronavirus-ravaged China.

According to the letter signed by the Chief Human Resources Officer Evelyne Munyoki, Mr Ali is to appear before an investigating team.

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But Kenyans on Twitter are now bashing the national flag carrier saying he did nothing wrong. They said Mr Ali is a patriot and a true hero who helped reveal something that is of interest to the whole country. The outbreak was first reported in Wuhan city of China that has since been quarantined. The virus has spread to more than 25 countries across the world, killing about 2,400 people so far.

 

Since its outbreak in early this year, countries around the world have been put on high alert to take extra precaution of passengers travelling from countries ravaged by the virus.

China Southern Airlines suspends flights connecting Guangzhou, Changsha and Nairobi until further notice, Chinese Embassy in Kenya says

Earlier today it was a reprieve  for Kenyans after High Court temporarily suspends all flights from #China over #Coronavirus fears following case filed by Law Society of Kenya.

 

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