Some individuals in KEMSA have been accused of stealing millions of Kenyans money. Furthermore, many are still freely enjoying Kenyans money which were meant to buy different medicines and other medical equipments in the country. These cases of corruption should be condemned and all suspects arrested and jailed according to the law of our country.
According to the source, new details have emerge today about KEMSA scandal whereby our country lost millions of money through some individuals. Public investments Committee has made another move and recommended that Jonah Manjari, the Boss of KEMSA and other directors who were in the multi-billion scandal should be prosecuted as soon as possible. This will be a good news to all Kenyans because these cases of corruption will reduce and the county will recover some amount of money
This comes in after the firm lost millions of money through buying PPEs and other Covid-19 equipments in the country.
Will the KEMSA bosses be prosecuted ?
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