More heads to roll at Kenya Pipeline

Hours after the Kenya Pipeline Company MD Joe Sang handed a letter to the board — saying he would not go for another term — it emerged that three senior managers will “likely” be asked to step aside over the multibillion-shilling scandals at the State corporation.

~ Daily Nation

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