New mangers for the suffering Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) have recently been appointed in acting positions following a thorough scrutiny of former managers who were send on a mandatory leave to pave way for corruption investigation to be carried out.
A close ally of DP Ruto, UDA blogger and former director with the Presidential Strategic Communications Unit (PSCU) Dennis Itumbi has cried after these appointments as he claims that the company is now Raila and Kalonzo power.
Based on the appointments that were made, the new acting managers will be Kennedy Owino (Infrastructure Development), Geoffrey Muli (Regional Coordination), Raphael Ndolo (Network Management), Titus Kitavi (ICT), Jude Ochieng' (Legal Services and Regulatory Affairs and Company Secretary) and Ariel Mutegi (Regional Manager, Nairobi).
The step to appoint this managers will indeed help forensic audits and review of the supply chain functions to be completed in an amicable manner. This will bring sanity to KPLC which has been going through struggles due to cartels interfering with activities of the company.
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