The parastatal has faced controversies in the recent past that culminated in the exit of managing director Joe Sang.
Managing director Joe Sang, Gloria Khafafa (company secretary), Vincent Cheruiyot (GM Supply Chain Management), Billy Aseka (GM Infrastructure) and Nicholas Gitobu (Procurement manager) denied abuse of office charges arising from the jetty project last year.
Graft allegations Mr Munyes had set January 31 as the deadline for KPC to conclude a forensic audit into its after graft allegations hit the agency prompting the suspension and arrest of several top officials including former MD Joe Sang.
With no response yet from KPC, Sedgwick on September 14 again wrote to KPC referring to their September 9 letter and requesting KPC “to confirm if it is in order to co-insure 30 per cent (the figure having been reviewed from initial 20 per cent) of the business awarded to us specifically the Industrial All Risk and Terrorism Sabotage covers to Africa Merchant Assurance Company Ltd.” On September 16, 2016, then KPC managing director Joe Sang granted a no objection to co-insure to Amaco, according to an audit of the contract, now in possession of the DCI.
So far, KPC has paid out Sh31,255,681 as compensation to 266 residents of Thange whose farms and livestock were affected, Managing Director Joe Sang said.