§ 36. Sir P. RICHARDSON
asked the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he is aware that the Kenya and Uganda railways and harbours administrations refuse to disclose the name of the successful tenderers in connection with their contracts as well as to state the amount of the successful tender or to ensure that all tenders are opened publicly at a stated time and place; and why the practice in other countries is not followed in Kenya?
§ Dr. SHIELS
My Noble Friend will inquire of the High Commission for Transport, Kenya and Uganda, as to the practice of the railways and harbours administration in this matter. On receipt of the High Commissioner's reply, I will communicate with the hon. Member.