Over 10,000 Kenya Power employees have been given until November 22nd to declare their financial and asset records.
The move is part of an ongoing lifestyle audit aimed at curbing fraud at the State-run power utility company that has been dogged by corruption scandals for years.
Kenya Power Human Resource General Manager in a memo asked employees to submit certified copies of their financial records including bank account and mobile money statements for the last six months.
They are also required to give details of their residential addresses over the past five years, the ownership status of current residence, power and water meter numbers, and list immediate family members, business associates, agents, and associations.
The workers are further expected to present a list of all movable and immovable assets they own, stocks and shares, three-year income-tax returns receipts, social media handles, and a list of liabilities.
“Please note that the above list is not conclusive and that you may be required to present additional information, as may be deemed necessary,” part of the memo reads.
The move comes barely two weeks after 59 senior Kenya Power procurement officers were sent home to pave way for an audit of its supply chain division.
Kenya Power board also announced it will be seeking powers from its shareholders at its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on December 3rd to seize the assets of employees found to have defrauded the company in the ongoing audit that also features former executives.