Barely a month after being send parking by Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) over gross misconduct, the president of Atheist in Kenya (AIK) Harisson Mumia has landed a new job as a marketing manager.
Harisson has yet again mock God after landing a new job.
“It’s a busy day on my first working day as a marketing manager. Just wanted to remind you’all that God doesn’t exist,” he posted.
When dismissing him, the bank regulator (CBK) had accused Mumia of engaging in political activities by making statements on social media which could compromise neutrality of his employer.
One of the remarks appeared to suggest arrest of Nandi Hills MP Alfred Keter over fake treasury bonds in which he defrauded Mumia’s employer was unlawful.
For instance, CBK’s acting human resource manager, Dennis Mukuu, took note of Mumia’s tweet in which he (Mumia) claimed Keter’s arrest was not based on any fair investigation but a betrayal by his political party.
When the disciplinary committee made final decision, it was agreed Mumia be summarily dismissed.