IMO audits Kenya

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Maritime security in focus as IMO team starts audit process

Harrison Kivisu

Kenya’s maritime industry is in the spotlight as International Maritime Organisation (IMO) begins to audit the country’s performance in implementation and enforcement of maritime laws and conventions.

The audit being conducted by auditors appointed under the IMO Member State Audit Scheme started  at the Kenya Maritime Authority (KMA) headquarters in Mombasa on Monday. Transport Principal Secretary Paul Maringa said the audit process will help the country build its maritime capacity.

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