KEMSA Caught Up In Another Multibillion Kenya Shillings Scandal.
The Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA) has yet again been caught up in another multibillion Kenya shillings scandal and this is the latest major scandal to hit the health supplies body since the COVID-19 pandemic scandal that they had.
The latest scandal is worth 4 Billion Kenya shillings and this scandal was detected in a tender for the supply of treated mosquito nets intended to help millions of low income households prevent malaria.
The detection of this scandal forced the Global Fund to cancel the agency's procurement process that seemed flawed in favour of a bidder who did not meet mandatory requirements, at the expense of an actual nets manufacturer.
According to reports, about 23 counties were set to benefit from the project which has now been bangled following the KEMSA multibillion Kenya shillings scandal.
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