Ex-KPMG boss seeks millions over racial bias

Former KPMG CEO Richard Boro Ndung’u

Former KPMG CEO Richard Boro Ndung’u. 

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What you need to know:

  • Mr Ndung’u accuses the parent firm of failing to give him a hearing and feedback on investigations over his stay in the Kenyan audit firm after he raised a complaint about plans to oust him.
  • The former CEO is now seeking an undisclosed amount of money from the KPMG International for damages after the sack.
  • The High Court in February said the sacking of Mr Ndung’u was unlawful and ordered the Kenyan unit of KPMG to pay him Sh379.03 million.

Former KPMG chief executive officer is seeking millions of shillings from the British-Dutch parent audit firm for racial discrimination in the wake of his sacking in 2017.


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