KEMSA additional staff to work from home for 30days

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Additional staff members at the Kenya Medical Supplies Agency have been asked to work from home following ongoing reforms in the national medical logistics provider.

In its general notice letter, the new KEMSA board says, the release of non-essential staff is aimed at facilitating the review of operations in the state agency, amid revelations of poor performance by the institution in the execution of its mandate.

 The staff is in confusion following the tone of the statement issued by the board, even though after the board indicated that they will work from home for 30 days, they feel they have been relieved of their duties.

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