Under the new leadership, the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority( Kemsa) began the process of retaining 378 staff history.
While further positions will be announced during the week, an announcement on the agency’s website invited operations for the positions of directors and deputy directors of several sections.
Former workers who were made spare the former time were also encouraged to reapply.
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The 378 posts will be resolve among the legal services directorate, pot clerk, and office of the principal administrative officer, which will each have five seats( 5).
Others include the force chain operation directorate( 32), client service( 31), cooperation and resource rallying( 8), strategy and planning( 14), commercial services( 65), and internal inspection( 11). The health products and technologies directorate( 206).
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After over 300 workers were laid off and prompted to reapply during the first round, this is the final reclamation. There were 922 workers overall in the agency who were both endless and pensionable.
Still, the hiring of the company carrying out the exertion has been questioned by the affected workers, who are concerned about the reclamation procedure.
According to a source inside the institution, Public Service Commission is responsible for hiring workers in agreement with government regulations.
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Rather, the association took action in response to the State pots Advisory Committee’s recommendation.
“ The part of SCAC is simply premonitory while the PSC plays the part of reclamation. We’re yet to be told why this aspect was overlooked, ” said our source.
The agency has since hired the services of JKUAT Enterprises Limited to offer consultancy services regarding the reclamation of colorful specialized and professional positions.
Issues have also been raised as to why the operation, under CEO Terry Ramadhani( pictured), acted on the recommendations of the former board which was declared null and void by the High Court.
Interestingly, Ramadhani was a member of the former board. She said that the action was taken to reduce the agency’s inordinate pay envelope bill in the wake of the Covid- 19 reproach, which passed two times a gone.
In her report, Auditor General Nancy Gathungu joined the discussion as well, noting that Kemsa had 912 labor force compared to the 341 that had been permitted for the time ended June 2022.
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