Multi-Million Dollar Procurement Scandal at Kenyan Ministry
Taxpayers may have lost close to U.S.$69 million in the procurement of 37 CT scanners at an inflated cost of over .S.$2 million per unit, when it ordinarily costs between U.S.$400,00-U.S.$445,000.
A CT Scan machine at Meru Teaching and Referral Hospital (file photo).
Nation, 3 April 2017
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Capital FM, 4 April 2018
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The Star, 6 February 2015
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Nation, 9 May 2018
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