Kenya: KPA Boss Mturi-Wairi Sent on Compulsory Leave
30 May 2018
The Nation (Nairobi)Kenya: KPA Boss Mturi-Wairi Sent on Compulsory Leave
Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) Managing Director Catherine Mturi-Wairi has been sent on compulsory leave.
The KPA board on Wednesday cited lack of effective leadership, non responsive work culture, consistent failure to implement board resolutions and absence of explicit performance targets for sending Ms Mturi-Wairi on leave.
Transport Principal Secretary Paul Maringa and the KPA board chairman Michael Maina said Mr Daniel Manduku takes over immediately in an acting capacity for a period of two months pending further directions.
Ms Mturi-Wairi was appointed to the position on July 12, 2016 having served in an acting capacity for five months. The port is usually a battlefield of political and business interests seeking to control the gateway to the region and the benefits that come with it.Cabinet Secretary Spills Beans on Maize Scandal
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