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Sunday, 15 March 2015

KPMG put Mumias bosses on spot

National Assembly Agriculture and Livestock committee has grappled to finalise its long awaited report on woes facing the financially crippled Mumias Sugar Company.
The committee now wants members of the sugar company management board that served between 2006 and 2012 probed and prosecuted over fabricated sugar send overseas.
The report forensic audit was conducted by KPMG and makes a number of recommendations. The meeting at Windsor Country Club said the financially ailing company was linked to the export scandal that led to the loss of billions of shillings.
Division was however felt during the adoption of the report that saw some members skip the meeting. He said only 17 members out of the 29 members of the committee were in attendance with some MPs insisting that the committee adopts the KPMG’s report to grant the parliament powers to descend the axe on the individuals implicated .
The Mandera North MP led committee Mohammed Noor, has been on the spot over delays in releasing the report after a year long investigations.