Caption: The Mainstream Media who have been in bed with Kenya Airways CEO Mbuvi Ngunze are too proud to admit that the pilot’s strike forced the sacking of top managers.
After finding his continued stay untenable, Transport CS James Macharia has conceded that they will overhaul Kenya Airways top management in July a move that was precipitated by a pilot’s strike led by members of the Kenya Airline Pilots Association (KALPA).
But the move is being viewed with suspicion, and could be a form of public relations by the pathological liars in the Jubilee Government, because Mbuvi Ngunzes brother is the CEO of Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) owned by the Kenyatta family.
KALPA members still remind Transport CS James Macharia to stick to the June 1st schedule, because Mbuvi Ngunze is still looting from the National Carrier even as we speak.
You will all remember that KALPA officials led by their Chairman and Secretary General had signed a bogus deal which was declined by members after allegations of bribery emerged.
With the help of this website, forward thinking KALPA members lifted the lid and exposed the officials as frauds, who conspired with Government officials and incompetent senior managers to help bring down Kenya Airways.
President Uhuru Kenyatta is baffling and sometimes confused. He defends Mbuvi Ngunze yet the same thief is bringing down Kenya Airways. He defends Bob Collymore yet Safaricom is being looted by the man from Guyana and his lieutenants. Uhuru then signs a defective doping bill, that will see Kenya banned by the International Olympics Committee (IOC). Surely Kenyans, what does this man Uhuru want with us?
Transport CS James Macharia and Attorney General Githu Muigai had been sent to intimidate pilots into calling off their strike, but they stood firm and game the Government until June 1st to effect the sacking of Mbuvi Ngunze and still maintain that they are sticking to that timeline.
“We know Uhuru’s Government is full of lies and PR-antics and we promise that the next strike will be prolonged if they decided to retain Mbuvi Ngunze for longer than the stipulated period,” pilots told this website.
One of the pilots further urged KALPA members who know the role played by this website during the strike, to help support this blogger keep his platform up, so as to assist other sectors that require such forms of intervention.
“We have realised that we can’t trust mainstream media because they are mouthpieces of corporate and state interests. The last bastion of truth remains blogs like this one, and I encourage my colleagues to contribute to Cyprian Nyakundi’s blog” said one Pilot who requested anonymity.
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