Minister for Energy Kiraitu Murungi of Kenya

Murungi has been a Member of Parliament since 1992 and has formerly served as Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs and as the shadow Attorney General.
On 13 February 2006, however, President Mwai Kibaki announced that Murungi had resigned to allow full investigation into the allegations.
On 14 February 2006, a day after his resignation, Murungi has claimed that he played no role at all to cover-up the Anglo Leasing Scandal.
In a move likely to further encourage local manufacture of electrical hardware, Minister Murungi has directed the Kenya Power and Lightning Company (KPLC) to source all its cabling and related grid extension products from local manufacturers.
Speaking when he toured the East African Cables manufacturing plants in Nairobis industrial area, Murungi said his directive is geared at promoting local manufacture of electrical transmission inputs.
Mr Murungi has ordered his Permanent Secretary Mr Patrick Nyoike to set aside funds to finance the media campaign.
Nairobi Energy minister Kiraitu Murungi has grilled Kenya Power and Lighting Company management on claims that the company's procurement process was flawed.
Mr Murungi said that oversupply of materials leads to inflation of project costs and unaccountability of surplus materials.
Mr Murungi said that awarding of contracts should be done scrupulously to ensure that those who win are up to the task.
Murungi had admitted to me openly that the issues being investigated by the KACC were engineered by the likes of Hon.
Kiraitu Murungi was quoted directly contradicting Githongo, saying that Anglo Leasing was 'the scandal that never was' because the money was repaid.
Speaking during his recent tour of the East African Cables manufacturing plants in Nairobis industrial area, Energy Minister Kiraitu Murungi said his directive is geared at promoting local manufacture of electrical transmission inputs.
Murungi is the REAL President of Kenya.
having increased in the country over recent years, public opinion supports capital punishment.
According to the Daily Nation, after things really heated up in the last week or two, Kiraitu Murungi has come out and addressed the issues with regards to his participation in the activities of Anglo-Leasing and grand corruption in Kenya in general in light of all the debate going on centering around the Githongo Report which is now available from BBC too.
Murungi is playing footsies with reality and asks some questions that he would need to answer to deal with the issues at hand + Did you or did you not participate in the looting from the Kenyan people that has been and continues to take place? If so, stand up and face the music.
Energy Minister Kiraitu Murungi said Monday that the proposed plant would initially have the capacity to generate about 1000 MegaWatts (MW) of electricity, which would help the country reduce its over reliance on hydropower.
ODM should stop politicising the civil service.
Kiraitu has a tendency of saying what he thinks is right whenever, wherever, and although this sometimes rubs people the wrong way, there is more positive in him than negative.
A new company to be called the Kenya Power Transmission Company (KPTC) will take over the transmission function leaving KPLC with the role of distribution, Energy minister Kiraitu Murungi said yesterday.
The statement said Mr Murungi was a bad example and an embarrassment to the Government and to other men.
Murungi is an idiot The steam is gathering, and these guys are making mistakes.
nairobi, kenya Kenya could start exporting Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) products to the East African Region countries in two years time, Energy minister Kiraitu Murungi has said.
Already 34 schools in areas remote from the existing national grid have been supplied with solar electricity under the programme,” Mr Murungi said in a statement.
Kiraitu Murungi is accused of pressuring former anti-corruption tsar John Githongo to slow investigations surrounding his role in the Anglo-Leasing scandal.
Text of report by Dave Opiyo entitled "Oil price control set for January" published by Kenyan privately-owned newspaper Daily Nation website on 30 December The country is headed back to price controls in the oil industry starting January as the government moves to contain consumer exploitation, Energy Minister Kiraitu Murungi said on Monday.
On Monday, Mr Murungi said the government would soon launch investigations on allegations that a number of oil marketing companies were hoarding fuel to create the shortages.