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Kenya anti-graft agency slams procurement of COVID-19 equipment

Kenya anti-graft agency slams procurement of COVID-19 equipment

HUMPHREY MALALO KENYA’S anti-corruption agency has documented evidence of "criminal" behaviour by officials over the procurement of COVID-19 emergency equipment, said a report presented to the Senate. The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission began investigating allegations of graft in June over the procurement and supply of COVID-19 equipment by the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority. The commission said there was "irregular expenditure" of 7.8 billion Kenyan shillings ($71.96 million). The revelations come at a time when medical staff in the East African nation have gone on a series of strikes over low pay and poor-quality protective equipment to treat COVID-19 patients. "The…
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