Nandi County Senator Samson Cherargei has cleared the air on alleged reports that President William Ruto wants to sell Kenya Airways.
Cherargei has reacted after a report emerged indicating that President Ruto had met Delta Air, and wanted to sell all stake in Kenya Airways.
Cherargei has explained that Ruto does not want to sell Kenya Airways and slammed the media for misleading the public that KQ wants to be sold.
He has explained that President Ruto has a plan on how to revive and restructure Kenya Airways to a profitable venture through partnerships.
Further, the Kenya Kwanza MP has added that the turbulence at Kenya Airways is coming to an end in a few months time.
"Media should STOP misleading public that KQ Airways shall be sold. H.E Ruto has a PLAN on how to revive /restructure KQ to a profitable venture through partnership with other sectors in aviation industry. KQ turbulence is coming to an end in a few months' time.Blessed night," Senator Samson Cherargei said.
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