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The management of MBH Power Limited has suspended one of its staff, Samuel Adekojo, for allegedly participating in the ongoing protest against police brutality in the country.

A letter of suspension posted by Adekojo via his Twitter handle claimed his involvement in the protest negates Management decision to keep them away from the public.

Adekojo is an I.T Assistant in the company.

MBH Power is an energy solutions company and a member of the Tolaram Group of companies.

The letter signed by the HR reads below.

LETTER OF SUSPENSION

I wish to officially inform you that Management has placed you on suspension from the Company from today Tuesday 13. October, 2020till further notice.

This is due to your participation in the ongoing #ENDSARSBRUTALITY# that has been going on now for some days all over the Country.

You will recall that Management has been doing its best to keep all employees safe since the beginning of COVID-19 Pandemic by asking us to work from home and when it is compulsory to come to work, official vehicle is being provided to avoid mingling with general public.

Your involvement in the protest negate Management decision to keep us away from public and for that reason you have to be on suspension till further notice to avoid spreading the disease among staff.

Yours faithfully, HR.

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2 Comments

  1. The attention of The Management of MBH Power has been drawn to misinformation currently circulating on social media to the effect that this Company is currently penalizing employees of the Company who participated in the ongoing #Endsars demonstrations. Nothing could be further from the truth.

    As a responsible Corporate Citizen, MBH believes in the Rule of Law, and in the right of every human being to freedom of expression by peaceful participation in demonstrations provided that the participation does not conflict with of agreed working hours or otherwise.

    MBH Power is also totally committed to the health and safety and welfare of all its employees. In accordance with Nigerian, International Global and World Health Organization covid-19 protocols. Every employee or stakeholder of MBH is expected to wear a face mask internally or wherever interacting with the public. Any employee of the company participating in any demonstration is expected to maintain social distancing and wear a face mask; failing which, such an employee must undergo mandatory quarantine and must undergo a Covid-19 test before resuming duties and interacting with other employees of MBH.

    We take precautionary actions to avoid any possible risk of virus exposure or spread to company staff members, colleagues and other citizens.

    We must also pay serious attention to the warning issued recently by The Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) that there is likely to be an even more devastating second wave of coronavirus in the country due to non-compliance of COVID-19 health guidelines.

    The Covid-19 pandemic is not over. Warnings to this effect have been issued by governments all over the world including The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).

    We trust this clarifies the position.

    Stay safe and God bless.

  2. The attention of The Management of MBH Power has been drawn to misinformation currently circulating on social media
    We trust our reply clarifies the position.
    Stay safe and God bless.
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