The Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) Managing Director Daniel Manduku has tendered his resignation after facing fire on numerous corruption charges.
The resignation of the KPA Boss comes a fortnight after it was revealed that Manduku is to face the law for illegal awarding of tenders.
Manduku who appeared in court on the 12th of March to face charges of unlawfully awarding of tenders for the construction of cargo storage facilities at the Nairobi Inland Container Depot (ICD) seem to have bowed to pressure.
Mr. Manduku has resigned at a time he and several others in KPA are undergoing investigations over fraud cases involving 2.7 billion shillings.
The KPA Boss, according to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) is set to be charged with a number of corruption-related crimes.
Mr. Manduku has been out on a 500,000 shillings anticipatory bail since December 2019 that was issued by Justice Eric Ogolla at the High Court in Mombasa.