ADD president Charles Milupi says many boards in parastatals are created to award ruling party cadres. Reacting to a whistleblower’s report that the Indeni board had met several times already this year and getting sitting allowances of between K7,000 and K21,000, Milupi observed most parastatals were not run in a correct manner. “Every board meeting should have an agenda that looks at all that is required to do. And once the board has sat, it must give management the urge in which to run the company and interpret informed decisions. Quite clearly in this case, either the board is created mainly to reward people, which is what is happening in many parastatals, to reward cadres and therefore put people in…...

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