Plans to Have Kenya Airport Authority Taken Over by KQ is Stopped by MPs
By Robbi | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 0 views
Early in the morning, Tangatanga Mp Ndidi Nyoro claimed that the Mps were to debate on the Bill, the National Aviation Management Bill 2020,which he claimed was dubious.The Mp related the bill to Anglo-Leasing heist where billions of money were stolen from the government. The Mp revealed that the bill was being moved to have Kenya Airways take over Kenya Airports Authority, which he claimed was a move to privatize the institution for some leaders' self benefits.
And now taking to facebook account this evening, the Mp for Kiharu constituency claimed that the plans to have KAA taken over by KAA has been thwarted by the Mps. The Mp said that the executive and thieves who wanted to take over Kenya Airports Authority have removed themselves from the equation.
The Mp thank Kenyans for speaking against the move. He added that Kenyans cannot allow someone to take over state owned cooperations to satisfy their own selfish interests.
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