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Amina abdi apologises on live tv after she was accused of being toxic in her workplace.

After a group of Kenyans accused her of being a bully, media personality Amina Abdi Rabar apologized.
Amina apologized for ruffling any feathers and vehemently denied charges that she was a toxic coworker on NTV’s The Trend broadcast on Friday, January 21.
She mentioned that a discussion about unkind media figures had been started on Twitter and that her name was among those mentioned in the scandal. Amina accused Kenyans on Twitter of releasing unverified emails in an attempt to persuade the public that she was a toxic coworker.
“My name was dragged and hauled among a group of people who had a lot of receipts and evidence indicating they were difficult to work with.” There were a lot of things that tried to persuade individuals that they were a certain way.”It was terrible that my name was pulled into it, and if there is anyone out there who has ever felt that I was nasty and didn’t give them the kind of reception they wanted, I regret,” Amina said.
The media personality added that this was a learning experience for her, which is why she felt comfortable speaking out on live television about the charges.

After a conversation on social media about media people who are purportedly terrible to work with, Amina was dragged into the bullying allegations. When he worked at a local radio station, Miss Mandi was called out by a former coworker for making his life difficult.
Mandi, the colleague claimed, would make fun of him, his attire, and even the food he brought to work.
He went on to say that Mandi went too far by inventing cruel nicknames behind his back. He also said that he was made fun of since he didn’t have a certain accent.” This woman made up such terrible nicknames for me behind my back and laughed in my face since I couldn’t afford to order expensive lunch so I cooked my own meal and carried,” the coworker explained. After a group of Kenyans accused her of being a bully, media personality Amina Abdi Rabar apologized.
Amina apologized for ruffling any feathers and vehemently denied charges that she was a toxic coworker on NTV’s The Trend broadcast on Friday, January 21.
She mentioned that a discussion about unkind media figures had been started on Twitter and that her name was among those mentioned in the scandal. Amina accused Kenyans on Twitter of releasing unverified emails in an attempt to persuade the public that she was a toxic coworker.


“My name was dragged and hauled among a group of people who had a lot of receipts and evidence indicating they were difficult to work with.” There were a lot of things that tried to persuade individuals that they were a certain way.”It was terrible that my name was pulled into it, and if there is anyone out there who has ever felt that I was nasty and didn’t give them the kind of reception they wanted, I regret,” Amina said.
The media personality added that this was a learning experience for her, which is why she felt comfortable speaking out on live television about the charges.
After a conversation on social media about media people who are purportedly terrible to work with, Amina was dragged into the bullying allegations. When he worked at a local radio station, Miss Mandi was called out by a former coworker for making his life difficult.
Mandi, the colleague claimed, would make fun of him, his attire, and even the food he brought to work.
He went on to say that Mandi went too far by inventing cruel nicknames behind his back. He also said that he was made fun of since he didn’t have a certain accent.” This woman made up such terrible nicknames for me behind my back and laughed in my face since I couldn’t afford to order expensive lunch so I cooked my own meal and carried,” the coworker explained.

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