Kenya Power hiring for a job you would be surprised to know exists

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Some people have opted to pursue a little more abstract careers...

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There are tons of jobs you might never have heard of. Some people have opted to pursue a little more abstract careers. We are not talking about the crazy or cool jobs, the likes of a Pet Food Tester or a Professional Cuddler.

Kenya Power had people talking when it put up a tender advert on 24th Wednesday. Among the services listed for bidding, ‘Anonymous Whistle-Blowing Services’ caught people’s eyes. Just like most people, it got us wondering what the job description looks like? Will the whistleblower be required to wear a wire?

However, after realizing the confusion caused by the unique tender, Kenya Power rushed to Twitter to clarify.

“We are putting in place an online anonymous reporting mechanism to promote ethical culture & we are the process of procuring the services of an independent professional firm to effect this. Apologies for the confusion arising from this tender.”

“To embed a strong ethical culture, Kenya Power is putting in place an online anonymous reporting mechanism. The professional firm will record, report, interpret, analyse and store data on unethical practices,” the acting CEO, Jared Otieno said giving more clarification.

This comes in the wake of several graft cases facing the power utility firm senior officials.

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    Bonface | April 30, 2019 17:47

    Splendid idea. I love it.

    Erick | April 30, 2019 11:18

    great thought

    Ari | April 30, 2019 00:39

    Ni kitu kizuri sana

    Brandon | April 29, 2019 17:43

    do better than that

    Marwa | April 29, 2019 17:14

    Count me in as a way of supporting your course.

    Ibrahim | April 29, 2019 10:50

    I would like

    Mpho Modimoopelo | April 29, 2019 08:11

    count me in anytime

    JEREMIAH | April 28, 2019 09:44

    Nice move by the Ag. CEO. Other parastatals should follow suit as corruption is eroding the quality of service delivery in the public service not forgetting derailing efficiency and effectiveness.

    Kiggundu | April 28, 2019 08:15

    Yap am ready to join you for work

    Napoleon | April 27, 2019 16:46

    Quite interesting

    Tumwikirize | April 26, 2019 12:52

    Would be great

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