Staff and management of the Utalii Hotel have come under criticism for evicting a Mauritian National under unclear circumstances.
On Sunday at around 5 pm, Mr Chandra SeaPaul who was reportedly a guest of state – was evicted by the Utalii College security team led by Jamar Oketch.
He was reportedly recruiting alumni of Utalii College to work in the Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship.
Sources said the American owned venture was seeking to have 700 Kenyans secure jobs.
Several sources at Utalii College said he was in the Country legally and that his documents were okay.
They said he has been around several times and established contacts locally.
However, some complained that despite working to provide hundreds of Kenyans with employment; some people were hell bent on seeing him out of the Country.
Insiders said he had booked a room at Utalii College where he resided for several weeks.
“He was carrying out sensitization seminars for the Alumni, then interviews and help them understand what’s needed in the field,” said a source who requested anonymity.
The source said despite paying his Hotel bills, the Utalii Principal said he is “fake”
When reached for comment, Utalii College Principal Charles Musyoki denied the claims that the man was evicted.
“We would not evict someone from the Hotel. I will find out about this and contact you,” Musyoki said.
The incident reportedly angered Maritime PS Nancy Karigithu .
The Utalii fraternity said she was shocked that Utalii College has been put to shame because of the incident.
However, the PS said she was “not aware” of the incident.