President Uhuru / Vice Chief Defence Forces / Franklin Mghalu / Kenya National Shipping Board

President Uhuru appoints retired Vice Chief of Defence Forces Franklin Mghalu as chairperson of Kenya National Shipping Line Board for a period of three years.

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