KAA can't trace Sh4.3bn pay to Chinese firm for terminal

What you need to know:

  • Authority has up to Monday to table documents for the cancelled project
  • House team accuses KAA management of conspiring to conceal documentation that is needed to justify an audit query.
  • Audit findings shows that the Chinese contractor was paid before commencing construction.

Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) management has for the second time in a row failed to table documents in support of Sh4.31 billion payments to a Chinese contractor who did not undertake any work following the cancellation of the Greenfield terminal project.


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