Sam's Janitorial Service, formerly dismissed from a janitorial contract for hiring illegal immigrants is rehired to work in Jefferson City, but under a new name. Allison Blood has more from the Capitol.
Wrap: J-C Cleaners begins a contract with three government owned buildings October first, and owner Kofi Asamoah says he has no affiliation to the company that saw two dozen of it's people rounded up in a 2007 immigration sting.
|Description: "You should go in there and every building I got, and you see every building Sam's got and you see it's two totally different companies owned by two totally different people,"|
But Asamoah shares an address with the owner of Sam's Janitorial Service, as seen on their company registration papers.
The state also awarded Sam's Janitorial Service a contract for two different state-owned buildings.
From Jefferson City, I'm Allison Blood.
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