A section of the Parliamentary committee on Transport moves to block Uhuru from heading undetermined committee meant to oversee the management of the Kenya Airways and airports across the country.
The National Assembly committee has rejected the composition of a yet to be formed powerful body headed by H.E. Uhuru Kenyatta to manage airports and the aviation regulator under new regime.
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Report comes a few hours after it emerged that state owned enterprises were incurring huge losses amid the third surge in the cases of covid-19.
Parliamentary committee on Transport pushed for the formation of a National Civil Aviation Council as they strived to eject His Excellency Uhuru and the Commander in Chief of the Air-Force from the body.
They pushed for change of the committee to include representatives from the CAA.
MPs have refused to proposals to have Uhuru chair the yet to be formed aviation over sight body meant to oversee the management of the Kenya Airways and airports.
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