Deloitte Consulting will today start looking for a permanent replacement at the head of the Kenya Permission Authority (KPA).
Acting CEO KPA Daniel Manduku is expected tomorrow to face a panel of experts to protect its performance at the port.
Dr. Mandoko was appointed to the position of Katherine of Turi-Wiri, who was deposed six months ago following the overcrowding in the port of Mombasa.
Mandoko was initially in the position of three months, starting May 30, but the period was later expanded to November 1.
The standard It became known that Deloitte Consulting has candidates for several candidates, including the current former executives, who filed the work before the deadline November 16.
The board of directors of KPA headed by Joseph (Rtd) And Joseph Kibwana opted for competitive hiring of the main port instead of confirming Manduku.
Political leaders and KPA employees have raised concerns about alleged commercial and political interests, warning that the process should be above the board.
Others who have applied for the top position are former general manager of secret operations in Mwasinago. Mr. Mwasinago was at the beginning of the year to deploy the Kisumu and is expected to face the panel today.
Then there is Joseph Atonga who recently retired as general manager of KPA for Technical Services, formerly Conventional Cargo Services Evalyne Chibule.
Simon Sang, secretary-general of the World Association, said the union preferred Mandoko because it increased port performance, including loading cargo outside the regular railway.
Mr. Sang said that Mandoko also facilitated the rapid negotiation of a collective bargaining agreement, which raised the salaries of employees by 16% and the highest by 10%.
Mandoko was the former CEO of the National Construction Authority.In 2016, he unsuccessfully submit a request to the upper port.
Meanwhile, data from the KPA report indicate that the number of containers on the Continental Container Depot (ICD) dropped to 5,138 from more than 10,270 TEUs (twenty feet feet units) that was recorded in September.
TEU is used to describe the ship's cargo capacity, or cargo capacity of the shipment.
Ship shipment at the port also recorded a 40 percent increase from 56,740 TEUs in January-September last year to 79,510 TEUs over the same period this year.
three weeks ago, MSC Maxine She made her conversation to the port. It has a capacity of 9,411 TEUs and is one of the largest container ships ever dock in Mombasa.
Do you want to advertise on the Standard Media website? Now you can send us breaking news, story ideas, interesting human articles or interesting videos on: