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Pressure On East African Chamber Of commerce To Fire Alex Karundu After Nudes Saga

There is pressure on the East Africa Chamber of Commerce to fire Alex Karundu after a scandal where he sent nudes to an underage girl.

The East African Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (EACCIA) is an organization which was established and owned by the three national chambers, namely, the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI), the Uganda National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UNCCI) and Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (TCCIA).

Its main objective is to lobby the regional governments for the creation of a conducive business environment for cross border trade and investment within the context of the East African Customs Union and Common Market Protocol.

Alex Karundu serves as a board member at the EACCIA and is now under pressure to resign over integrity questions.

A Kenyan on social media exposed the Kenyan Advisory Council of Texas Chairman for sending explicit photos and videos of himself to an underage girl whose identity has been hidden for security reasons. Video is here

Through a popular Telegram group, the girl’s guardian informed netizens that a sexual harassment complaint against the American-based businessman had been filed with local authorities and his imminent arrest is expected “any day he lands in Kenya.”

Alex Karundu is the Chief Risk Officer (CRO) and Managing Director of Seagate Holdings, LLC a Dallas, TX-based company that is one of the largest African owned, Transportation and Logistics Company.

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