Roads and Transport CS Kipchumba Murkomen has arrived at JKIA ahead of his planned meeting with the leadership following yesterday’s blackout.
True to his word, the CS had promised yesterday that he will meet the bosses at JKIA and give direction on the matter.
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“Arrived at Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) offices at JKIA. This situation WILL NOT happen again,” said Murkomen
Yesterday’s countrywide blackout also affected the airport forcing the CS to apologize as he said there was no excuse as to why it had happened.
“I am really sorry for what has happened at JKIA with the blackout. There is no excuse worth reporting and there is no reason why our airport is in darkness. I will be announcing the decision we will make tomorrow 9am at JKIA after a meeting with the leadership of the airport. Once again I am sorry,” he said