Meru Deputy Governor Titus Ntuchiu this morning flagged off a consignment of drugs and supplies(medicines/drugs, laboratory and x-ray items, and other medical items) valued at Sh73 million, which will be sent to all health facilities across Meru County.
The consignment will replenish supplies and stocks to all levels of health facilities.
The DG said Governor Kiraitu Murungi's administration is fully committed to provide first class healthcare to the people of Meru, and part of this commitment is to ensure sufficient drugs and supplies, as well as top notch service delivery in all health facilities.
He announced that the administration is progressively streamlining and improving delivery of healthcare services to Meru people in line with Governor Kiraitu's vision of Making Meru Great, including ensuring that the supplies and drugs received are prudently managed and utilized to serve the people and not squandered/misused or even stolen.
Meru people have received the news and they are so happy after lack of medical supplies to government hospital for sometimes now.
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