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Bento Africa: Employees Lament Toxic Work Conditions With #HorribleBosses

Bento Africa: Employees Lament Toxic Work Conditions With #H

Bento Africa: Toxic Work Conditions With #HorribleBosses

The Twitter space is currently on fire as employees share their own experiences with the hashtag #HorribleBosses.

The Genesis

An article titled “Tyranny in the workplace: The chaotic culture of Bento Africa” was published on Tuesday, March 22, 2022 and it birthed the #HorribleBosses

The article reports how CEO of Nigerian payroll startup, Bento Africa, Ebun Okubanjo and co-founder Chidozie Okonkwo terribly treat employees ranging from unconscionable curse words and verbal abuse, refusing to grant leave and time off, erratic termination without following due process amongst other allegation.

Bento Africa Reacts

Reacting to the article, Ebun via his Twitter handle said, "“I once had a viral incident online I refused to address. Still do.

"Now the writers at @TechCabal I fired are preparing to do a hit piece to expose my flaws while hiding their incompetence,” he said.

He continued, “Like that Frankfurt picture. Social is a cut of the whole.

"Got an email of me cursing someone out. Yes that’s me. Praising someone- me too.

"I'm more than one dimension but when it comes to work – Be!”

After the publication went viral, other Nigerians shared their own experiences with the hashtag #HorribleBosses.

Check out some of the shared experiences below;








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