Chandarana Supermarket, the retail chain at the centre of the racism storm, has ignored orders by Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko to shut down its' operations a day after the County Government revoked its' operating licences.
A spotcheck by Cofek revealed the supermarket outlets are open although recording lower numbers of shoppers after the racist email that showed the chain preferred white consumers over the black ones.
On social media, the #BoycottChandarana campaign is continuing with focus on Governor Mike Sonko.
Former Chief Justice Dr Willy Mutunga came to the defence of the embattled tetail chain saying that the order by the County Government violated Article 47(2) of the Constitution which requires fair administrative action vide "written reasons" for such closure action.
Cofek has since written to the chain asking its' management show cause why Chandarana Supermarket racist email action should not be viewed as serious threat to national security, the Constitution and cohesiveness of the "Kenyan people" as well as their sovereignty.
The letter is copied to Registrar of Companies, National Cohesion and Integration Commission, Commissioner of Labour and Director of Immigration.
Cofek is demanding that Chandarana Supermarket show further cause why their business and its directors should not be blacklisted from conducting operating in Kenya.
Cofek states that it will may move to Court to seek relevant orders if the response is either not forthcoming or unsatisfactory