3rd December 2022

Joe Sang, KPC Managing Director resigns

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The Kenya Pipeline Company Managing Director Joe Sang has resigned.
Sang will leave his post in April next year.
“The board received and accepted Sang’s letter stating that due to personal reasons he will not be seeking a second term,” chairperson John Ngumi said in a statement on Tuesday.
The announcement comes in the wake of alleged irregularities in procurement that led to KPC losing 11.646 million litres worth Ksh 5.956 million in spillage and Ksh 5.69 million to pilferage between March 2017 and May 2018.
“The board directed management to accord maximum cooperation to both the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) and the forensic auditors,” Ngumi said.
Sang has been the KPC managing director since April 2016 after holding the fort in acting capacity for four months following the exit of Flora Akoth.