KPA boss, Mturi-Wairi sent on compulsory leave
Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) board has resolved to send Managing Director Catherine Mturi-Wairi on compulsory leave.
During the 345th Special Board Meeting held on 30th May, 2018, the board noted that the Port of Mombasa has in the last seven days experienced a breakdown of systems on cargo evacuation which has led to serious congestion of the Port.Also Read We can no longer tolerate corruption, vows Uhuru
Numerous challenges have been highlighted in the past by the Board to Management with little or no action being taken.
The board also claimed that there has been minimal or no visible coordination of the multi-agency activities within t he Port.Get breaking news on your Mobile as-it-happens. SMS âNEWSâ to 22163
They observed that the above situation could only be explained by a lack of effective leadership at the top, a non responsive work culture, consistent failure to implement Board resolutions and either absence of explicit performance targets or failure to implement Board resolutions and either absence of explicit performance targets or a failure to implement them.Also Read 20 arrested in NYS scam, 34 being sought by police
In consultation with the Cabinet Secretary, the board appointed Dr. Arch. Daniel Manduku, DBA, MaaK, Corporate Arch to perform the duties of the Managing Director on an acting capacity for a period of two months pending its further direction.Also Read Graft arrest: 17 expected in court
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