Ketracco CEO Fernandes Baraza is a man under siege.
A few weeks ago, according to local dailies, there was drama at a five-star hotel in when the CEO took refuge in the washrooms when DCI George Kinoti checked in.
The official was reportedly having fun with friends when Kinoti turned up. The CEO, whose parastatal has been under investigation, thought his proverbial 40 days were over and sprinted for the toilet.
He was later squirrelled out through the kitchen back door.
Kinoti was apparently at the hotel on private business.
Most recent reports have confirmed that the Directorate of Criminal Investigations is done with a probe that sought to confirm possible collusion, between Kenya Electricity Transmission Company officials, and landowners, to determine how hundreds of millions of shillings were spent to acquire land exorbitantly, that power lines were built on.
Millions of shillings were lost, during the construction of the 482 Kilometres line, through poor planning and wastage, a scandal spearheaded by CEO Fernandes Baraza.
Ketraco managers have stolen a lot of money, and these monies have been hidden in tax-havens as Kenyans suffer.