Telkom Kenya Chair Edward Njoroge seeking a way out amid corruption accusations

By Herald Onyango

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Posted on April 12, 2023 14:26

A cloud of multi-billion loans that date back from 2016, a controversial KSh6.1bn ($45.5m) government acquisition at the tail end of the Jubilee regime, and suspicion of serving the interests of faceless directors is now pushing Edward Njoroge, Telkom Kenya’s chair, to part ways with the company partially owned by the state.

For a man who has been at the C-suite corner of many companies, elevating them to stellar financial heights, it was expected that reversing Telkom’s loss-making trajectory would be Njoroge’s top priority.

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