The Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission (EACC) is working hard to end corruption in top offices in the country as several prominent people are getting away with millions of public funds without being prosecuted.
Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA) witnessed the loss of billions of money of buying Personal Protective Equipments, as the officials gave tenders which cannot be traced.
The PPE money which was donated by various countries could not be accounted for with several senior officials and board members of KEMSA set to be responsible for the money.
KEMSA board members (Photo Courtesy: Facebook)
"Senior officials and board members of the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA) could be investigated by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) over the Sh7.8 billion Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) scandal." The report stated.
This will be a good move from EACC which will bring to book the corrupt people who have cost the lives of many doctors that succumbed to Covid-19 complications because of the lack of PPEs while on duty.
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