Kenya Electric power has started off to scrutinise the existence of its above 10,000 personnel as it seeks to root out rogue types who may have been siphoning money from the electrical power distributor.
This is even as the Power ministry froze recruitment throughout all State-owned entities in the energy sector right up until it concludes reforms in the business, which consist of the vetting of Kenya Electricity staff members.
Kenya Electric power has established up what it phone calls the KPLC Vetting Staff to search into the life and wealth of all personnel and their households. The audit crew will also glimpse into no matter if the prosperity was obtained through legit implies.
In a memo to team on Thursday, the electric power distributor informed all workers that they have up to Monday to offer the staff with aspects about their wealth, listing this kind of belongings as property, motor vehicles and shares as properly as financial loans and holidays.
The staff will also be required to source the vetting staff with the aspects of their rapid relatives members (such as spouses, kids, mom and dad and siblings), company associates and other relations that are of a economic character.
The employees will give details of their organizations that have had dealings with Kenya Ability. “To this stop, all personnel members are hereby notified and urgently expected to deliver the information and facts listed herein… in sealed envelopes addressed to ‘Head of KPLC Vetting Team’… to be gained at the sixth-ground boardroom, Stima Plaza, by shut of corporations Monday, November 22, 2021,” stated the memo by the company’s Standard Manager in charge of human useful resource and administration.
The workers will also source the vetting crew with their social media handles. The probe into the lifestyles of staff will come following tips by the Presidential Job drive on Electrical power Obtain Agreements (PPAs).
The endeavor power in a report handed to President Uhuru Kenyatta in September proposed that Kenya Electrical power audits itself as some challenges experiencing the energy sector are brought on by a phase of its staff members.
It suggested that…