Scandal at KEMSA as staff reports bosses to president Ruto.
Scandal at KEMSA as staff report bosses of retrenching old staff and replacing them with their new staff of choice.
In a letter they wrote to the commander in chief, William Ruto, they pleaded for him to intervene and give them back their jobs, arguing that they were victims of a deepstate power play.
A copy of the letter was also issued to the Chief executive officer of the Public Service Commission and Secretary of the Cabinet nominee Mercy Wanjau and Simon Rotich.
The employees further complained of monopoly in management; HR systems were formed without the participation of key internal stakeholders yet used for advertising vacancies.
The letter added,”The initial reforms have been hijacked and turned into a witch-hunt, meant to disadvantage long-serving employees so that cronies and friends can be appointed into the vacant positions.”
The staff also argued that by the president stepping in, the institution will find its place in managing health products and new technologies in Kenya.