Kenya revenue authority boss woke up to as shocking morning when he found locks to his office changed and a notice telling him that the designated term he was to serve had ended.
KRA board chairman Francis Muthaura in a Friday interview said Mr Njiraini had four more months at the helm, in which time a replacement for the top taxman will be sought. Mr Njiraini’s departure will end a seven-year stint at the Times Tower corner office. He was appointed to the helm of KRA in 2012 by President Uhuru Kenyatta, the then Minister of Finance.
His two, three-year terms came to end on March 3 2018, before being extended for an undisclosed period.