Corridors of Power - 3 months ago, 12 Nov 23:13

By: Star Team

JUST why is a cartel of suspended Kenya Airways security personnel hell-bent on frustrating the stringent standard operational security measures by the airline to guarantee the safety of passengers? Corridors of Power is reliably informed that the group that was sent parking by the airline in tough security guidelines failed to meet the security intelligence threshold set by the management. A highly rated former government intelligence and security official who was recently hired to scale up security at JKIA is said to have transformed the place with thorough guidelines aimed at weeding out incompetent personnel who have over the years become complacent. Now the cartel is fighting back through blackmail in a smear campaign targeting the security management. Will they succeed?



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