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Mamujee Products response

Author: Mamujee Products, Published on: 12 July 2015

It's by surprise that we found out of such allegations against our company inteh LHRC report...We have for long now, to the best of our ability followed all the legal requirements in connection with labour laws and workers compensation. [addresses cases of workplace injuries]

[Mamujee Products also sent the following documents as part of their response:

- letter from Mamujee Products to Edna Danga (in Swahili), 21 May 2013

- letter from Edna Danga to Mamujee Products (in Swahili), 22 May 2013

- letter from Mamujee Products regarding Edna Danga (in Swahili), 24 May 2013

- written claim by employee Edna Danga (in Swahili), August 2014

- cover letter from Mamujee Products to Regional Labour Officer re notification of accident, June 2010 (full accident report not provided)

- written response by Ministry of Labour to injury report & workers compensation issue, 25 March 2013

- invoice for medical services, Muhimbili Orthopaedic Services, April 2012, and receipt for payment]

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This is a response from the following companies: Mamujee Products