Joe Sang leaves Kenya Pipeline

Kenya Pipeline Managing Director Joe Sang has quit his position as the board invited crime busters from the DCI to investigate disappearance of more than 21 million litres of fuel, which KPC claimed to have either spilt or was stolen by vandals.

~ Daily Nation

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