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'' I Regret, I Tried to Reform Kemsa as IBEC Chairman but Failed'' Ruto Reveals

The deputy President William Ruto has revealed that he tried to reform Kemsa as IBEC Chairman but he failed as cartels are too much entrenched. According to him, the institution has been overly taken and once he is elected president come August 9th polls, he will fight hard to ensure Kemsa doesn't have the monopoly to supply drugs in the country.

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The deputy President William Ruto is clear cartels and brokers in government have taken Kemsa hostage and that's why removing the monopoly is the only way to succeed. Ruto is clear drugs are not in hospitals because of the monopoly we have in Kemsa.

The deputy President William Ruto is clear there were efforts to stop him from reforming Kemsa. Ruto is clear part of his recommendations is to have Kemsa have some of the directors appointed from counties so that issues medicines can be sorted out.

However Ruto is confident once he is elected president he will heavily ensure the monopoly enjoyed in Kemsa is fully removed. He is clear patients do not get such medicines in hospitals because such medicines have been sold outside through shoddy deals at Kemsa.

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