By PHYLLIS MUSASIA More by this Author By NANCY NAHOLI More by this Author Nakuru County on Monday distributed assorted medical supplies worth Sh100 million in an effort to provide equal healthcare services to more than 2.3 million residents in the region.The medicines will be distributed to 12 sub-county hospitals.While flagging off the consignment, Nakuru Deputy Governor Eric Korir said the county executive is committed to working with the Health department to provide the best healthcare services to the fast growing population.KEMSAHe said the county has identified Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (Kemsa) as an ideal partner in developing and enhancing cooperation in the supply of medicine.Dr Korir said that Kemsa had allowed Nakuru County to purchase the drugs in the last quarter of the financial year after it maintained good records and cleared with the authority on time. Also Read BBI: Ogiek make new demands Police disperse Ogiek meeting Student, 19, kills schoolmate over Sh50 Moi send-off: Mourners fill Kabarak grounds at crack of dawn Advertisement “The county government of Nakuru does not have any debts with Kemsa other than the pharmaceutical drugs that they have supplied us today. The Department of Health has worked well with other relevant departments… Read full this story
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