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KPLC Staff, Wives To Face Auditors

Employees and their spouses at Kenya Power are set for a surprise audit on their official financial and asset documents.

Workers and their spouses have been ordered to produce certified copies of their financial records, including bank account and mobile money statements, for the last six months by Monday next week.

According to Cecilia Kalungu-Uvyu, Kenya Power’s general manager in charge of Human Resources and Administration, the staff will also submit their Tax information for the last three years.

“You are notified to provide information on club membership, social media accounts or handles and list liabilities including loans, mortgages, chattels, guarantees, school fees, and school accounts, cumulative insurance policies and holidays” Ms. Kalungu-Uvyu further said in a memo to Kenya Power staff. 

All Kenya Power personnel should be re-vetted for honesty, suitability, and qualification for the professions they occupy, according to the task force.

The task force, chaired by John Ngumi of the Industrial and Commercial Development Corporation (ICDC), also recommended overhauling Kenya Power’s procurement department.

The company is also undergoing a thorough forensic audit of its procurement systems and stocks to combat cartels that have profited from fraudulent dealings.

Kenya Power suspended 59 employees of its procurement team earlier this month to allow for a forensic examination.

*This article was written by Gerald Gekara for Uzalendo News.  Email: uzalendonews24@gmail.com to submit your story.


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