Former Kenya Pipeline Company Managing Director Charles Tanui and seven other people were charged on Thursday with conspiracy to defraud the company of more than Sh644 million.
- Narok Senator Olekina Ledama said suspended Kenya Pipeline Corporation Managing Director Joe Sang was wrongly targeted in corruption purge - He said investigators had left out real individuals behind alleged loss of billions at the parastatal - Ledama said previous KPC managers who were suspended won court cases leveled against them - The Orange Democratic Movement legislator said his conscience was clear that Sang was innocent Narok Senator Olekina Ledama has defended suspended Kenya Pipeline Corporation (KPC) Managing Director Joe Sang over corruption allegations involving misappropriation of KSh 1.8 billion.
Seven senior managers of Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) have been arrested in a second wave of arrests targeting current and former managers of the company.
, NAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 11 – Seven officials of the Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC), among them General Manager (Finance) Samuel Owuor, have been arrested over a Sh660 million scandal involving the procurement of hydrant valves.
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Joe Sang, the managing director of Kenya Pipeline Company, and five of his colleagues were charged with abuse of office in connection with the loss of funds in the construction of a fuel jetty in western Kenya worth 1.96 billion shillings ($19 million), a figure that exceeded the original budget.
Five top Kenya Pipeline Company managers have denied three counts relating to the loss of Sh1.9b in the construction of the Kisumu Oil Jetty.
Among the senior government officials, who hail from the Kalenjin community, that have found themselves in trouble with the DPP over graft claims include Kenya Pipeline (KPC) boss Joe Sang and NHIF Finance Director Wilbert Kurgat.
As five Kenya Pipeline Company officials head to court today to answer to charges relating to the Sh1.9 billion Kisumu Oil Jetty scandal, detectives have shifted their focus to the Sh13.1 billion requested by Energy Cabinet Secretary Charles Keter for the State corporation in 2016, increasing the money at the corporation’s disposal to a whopping Sh61 billion.
Indeed from the Auditor General’s reports, what we have so far seen is a tip of the iceberg The alleged theft at National Youth Service II, the Kenya Power, Kenya Bureau of Standards, Kenya Revenue Authority and now National Hospital Insurance Fund and Kenya Pipeline is a drop in a sea of graft and plunder.