Govt mulls bigger stake in KQ
10 July 2013, 18:02
Nairobi - The government is mulling over its stake in the national carrier Kenya Airways, Daily Nation reports.
Currently, government holds
29.8 % stake at the company followed by KLM which owns 26.73 % of total shares.
According to the Transport Cabinet Secretary Michael Kamau and his principal secretary Nduva Muli, changing the shareholding structure of KQ will give the government more say in the running of the company.
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