Mr Handson Nyasaka of the KK money transfer unit gathered the cash from Nyali which was to be taken to Nairobi and boarded a Kenya Airways flight KQ540.
Subsequent to landing at the JKIA at around 9.30am he vanished and exchanged off his telephones.
The money, as indicated by the JKIA’s Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) station was in outside monetary forms of USD 50,000, 98,500 Euros and 90,000 Swiss Franc.
The CEO of KK Group of Companies James Omwando said that examinations were at a propelled organize yet the suspect had not been captured.
In March 2014, another KK Security staff, Mr Julius Rotich, vanished with Sh21.6 million which he was taking to the company’s headquarters in Nairobi.
Mr Rotich, who was voyaging alone subsequent to being depended with the cash which was in US coin, left Moi International Airport on board a Kenya Airways plane however was never seen in the wake of touching base at the JKIA.
He had been escorted to the air terminal by furnished cops who did not go with him on the flight.
In the wake of landing, he never reached his associates who were sitting tight for him at the air terminal.