Spectre International Limited Raila’s company to pay millions after losing court case

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Costly affair

Spectre International Limited, a company owned by ODM Leader Raila Odinga’s family has been ordered to pay Sh6.5 million to its former employees.

The former employees moved to the Employment and Labour Relations Court after Odinga’s company failed to pay them wages for four months.

The workers had initially sought help a conciliator who ordered Spectre to pay Sh5 million to its former employees who were not paid between November 2013 and February 2014.


Hellen Maneno’s recommendation, however, was not honored forcing the employees to move to court through their trade union – Kenya Chemical & Allied Workers Union.

The employees had sought Sh3.1 but the court granted them Sh6.5 million.

Spectre International Company is known as the holding company for the controversial Kisumu Molasses Plant which it operates.

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