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KMTC Board Chair Philip Kaloki accused of grooming his side-chick to take over CEO post

Philip Kaloki – KMTC Board Chair. He is accused of nepotism and siphoning of public funds. He is also accused of hiring of his second wife and mother of his two children Dr. Miriam Muthoka Corporation Secretary of the KMTC

The Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) board chairman Professor Philip Kaloki (Kyalo Kyalo) is being accused of abuse of power and office.

“Kaloki’s term comes to an end in April 2021, but he is currently embroiled in a vicious boardroom tussle to remove the Current CEO Prof. Michael Kiptoo and replace him with his preferred candidate Miss Mirriam Ndunge Muthoka; a lady whom it is highly suspected that he has an affair with”, wrote the anonymous source.

Prof Kaloki who is currently serving his second term at the college is believed to have sired a boy child with Ms Muthoka, according to a birth certificate seen by

It is believed that Prof Kaloki ensured that she got employed to the institution in 13 November 2015 as Corporation Secretary. This is also according to an employment letter seen by

KMTC Coporation Secretary Dr. Mirriam Ndunge Muthoka (right) in blue. Dr. Mirriam Muthoka is more powerful than the CEO and has completely over shadowed the two deputy directors of the KMTC. Her office is said to be bigger and more elegant than that of the CEO and she literally runs the management of KMTC and protected by the Chairman. All because of ‘pussy-peddling’

Interference with organizational structure

Sources believe that Prof Kaloki will try to interfere with KMTC’s organizational structure. He is currently pushing to amend the structure so as to add more responsibilities to Ms Mirriam Muthoka.

“Madam is being added a responsibility to undertake legal decision on behalf of the college, yet she doesn’t have a legal background”, said the source.

He has secured the lady a spacious office, equipped a hot shower bathroom, kitchen with a modern conference lounge and two visitors waiting Lounge, while the CEO is squeezed in the tiny corner of the old building, without a conference or a waiting room.

Michael Kiptoo – KMTC CEO

The chairman has also assigned two cars; Toyota Prados, each with college driver, one that pick and drops the lady and her kids to and from school.

Career progression in civil service is a gradual process that anticipate integrity and honesty at all levels of government institutions, the Good professor is currently lobbying other board members for the ouster of Prof. Michael Kiptoo to create room for his favorite candidate.

Old organisational structure

Nepotism, tenderpreneurship and impunity

Prof Kaloki has successfully managed to hold hostage the entire KMTC college from the procurement process to employment; he dishes out tenders to his tribesmen and buddies and employs people from his Kibwezi backyard, he has managed to display and practice his illegalities with IMPUNITY.

A Prof Philip Kaloki proposed Organizational structure

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