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Kenyan justice group interrogates Amu Power Company

The Kenya for Justice and Development Trust (KEJUDE) is demanding government’s full disclosure on the dealings of Amu Power Company.

This comes just a month after energy cabinet secretary Charles Keter confirmed progress on the development of Lamu coal power station, which is being developed by Amu Power Company.

According to the Star, the justice authority states that there is no demand for power produced by the project to justify a hefty investment.

The Trust is questioning why President Uhuru Kenyatta led a delegation of investors to China to oversee the procurement of a Sh200 billion ($2 billion) loan to fund the private venture, media reported.Read full article here