Telecoms giant Globacom Ltd, popularly referred to as Glo, has been accused of mass-sacking members of staff who are female and married. The brand has however released a statement debunking the claim, saying retrenchment is based on performance, and that “a letter in circulation is a forged document.”
The former staff members have alleged that although a few men and single ladies were also let go, married women were the most affected.
An unverified document shared by Twitter user @duchesskk showed that of 97 women let go by Glo, only 4 were single, while the rest were married.
Glo has refuted the claims that married women were targeted in the mass sack.
In a statement released on its Twitter, the company said both male and female, single and married, were let go. It wrote: