Former KQ boss Titus Naikuni. PHOTO | STAR
Former KQ boss Titus Naikuni. PHOTO | STAR

DCI submits warrant of arrest for the former KQ boss Titus Naikuni. The DCI boss George Kinoti said that the money laundering in the company started with the Tutus Naikuni reign at KQ.

The Former KQ CEO, on Saturday, said he is prepared to be questioned by DCI over the Sh100 billion loss at the Kenya Airways when he was the CEO.  

“I am telling them I am one of the tallest Kajiado Maasai and therefore my height will help investigators not to miss out on me. I started to work immediately after completing my university education in 1970 and from then I have never been involved in the graft of any kind. I am now in retirement and anyone wanting me, can come over to grill me under a tree in my farm here in Bisssil, Kajiad, ” declared Naikuni.

" We are on this matter. We are working to unravel the looting that went on there,” the DCI boss George Kinoti explained.

According to the DCI, KQ started to depreciate when he was in office. He added that the former boss could determine what transpired in the KQ as well as single out careers.

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