According to news hitting the air waves just now, Six employees of KNH have been arraigned in court for allegedly stealing cancer drugs worth Sh4.68m.
The six have denied the said charges, however the magistrate has granted them each a Sh500,000 cash bail or Sh1m bond.
This incident comes at the back drop of increased cancer cases in the country that have left many families languishing in poverty and kins dead.
In the past few weeks a section of kenyans have been nabbed by detectives for stealing medicine from government facilities.
These incidents have led to acute shortage of the these valuable commodities in several government hospitals.
On this particular incident, cancer drugs mostly cost a fortune and patients have to dug deeper into their pockets to afford them.
This heartless action by these workers have left kenyans blasting the entire KNH team for their uncouth behaviors.
Several have urged the government to do more crackdowns to nab such offenders.
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