Sumayya back at NOCK helm pending probe, says DP Ruto

February 23, 2016 12:28 pm
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Athmani has defended her performance at the State corporation saying it had more than tripled its profit and doubled its assets in her five-year tenure/FILE
Athmani has defended her performance at the State corporation saying it had more than tripled its profit and doubled its assets in her five-year tenure/FILE

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Feb 23 – Sumayya Hassan-Athmani has been reinstated as the Chief Executive Officer of the National Oil Corporation of Kenya.

Deputy President William Ruto told a meeting of Muslim leaders in Malindi Tuesday morning that Athmani will return to work pending investigations.

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  • Athmani has defended her performance at the State corporation saying it had more than tripled its profit and doubled its assets in her five-year tenure.

She was suspended by the NOCK board after an audit of the firm under her helm.

Athmani has defended her performance at the State corporation saying it had more than tripled its profit and doubled its assets in her five-year tenure.

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