Company counting loses after a forceful take over by Iria
SEE ALSO :Boinnet, Senate wrangle over IriaSome of the recovered items valued at Sh32,231,000, among them motor vehicles and motorcycles, have reportedly been vandalised. Another four trucks worth Sh26.7 million that were towed from county government offices are parked at Murang’a Police Station with some parts said to be missing. Muwasco Managing Director Daniel Ng’ang’a said although the company had resumed distribution of water to all areas, it lacked customers' details. Computer servers He said computer servers were still missing, crippling operations such as customer billing.
SEE ALSO :Residents reject water policy“The company was in possession of 22 motorcycles that the police managed to recover from the county government premises,” added Mr Ng’ang’a. On Monday, police convinced the Chief Magistrate’s Court to issue an order to help recover the items for purposes of investigation. There has been a tug-of-war between Iria and Muwasco chairman Peter Munga over the management of the company. Three weeks ago, Iria appointed finance expert Joseph Kimura to replace Munga as chairman at Muwasco. On Wednesday, county leaders called for an end to the wrangles so the county government and other agencies could focus on their duties