Kenya: Weak KPA Systems a Cash Cow for Cartels, Errant Staff

From providing suppliers with operating capital to using water delivery, companies and Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) employees have taken advantage of the agency’s weak procurement system to make millions of shillings in questionable deals.

Even as the KPA’s revenue rose to Sh26.42 billion in 2019, it almost matched its expenditure of Sh21.42 billion, with many of the payments raising eyebrows.

These are some of the concerns raised by the KPA Board Audit and Risk Committee report last week, pointing…

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