ANC Party leader Musalia Mudavadi has called on President Uhuru Kenyatta to form a judicial commission of inquiry to probe the alleged theft and misappropriation of COVID-19 funds at the Ministry of Health.
Addressing the media on Sunday, Mudavadi said formation of a Judicial commission of inquiry was the most appropriate mechanism to unearth the rot at Afya House and would “soften the hearts” of donors who have threatened to withdraw critical funding following the recent corruption reports at the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA).
He said the government’s investigative agencies including the DCI and EACC are overstretched with other investigations and are also exposed to external influence by the cartels hence the need for a judicial commission of inquiry to probe the recurrent scandals at the Health Ministry.
“The only appropriate mechanism via which to get to the bottom of what is ailing the health sector is for the president to appoint a judicial commission of inquiry. I am by no way infatuated with proposing judicial commissions of inquiry whenever things get skewed,” said Mudavadi.

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