Cabinet secretary Dr Fred okengo Matiangi has recently performed his government duty through his ministry of interior to take over the affairs of Kenya power and lighting company. This was after the company reported dwindling profits and surging losses that has rendered the company non performing.
The CS through his ministry of interior was instructed by president Uhuru Kenyatta to take over conducting of KPLCs activities and do a thorough audit of the said company.The CS has suspended Kenya Power from contracting additional independent power producers.Amid these lies the elephant in the room for Dr Fred Matiangi. He is currently staring at a possible impeachment motion in parliament sponsored by Nyali member of parliament Hon Mohamed Ali.
The motion has reached the tabling requirement having been signed by over 90 members of parliament.The motion seeks to remove Matiangi from office over several allegations of gross misconduct and abuse of office.
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