NHIF Ambulance Scandal

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The NHIF Ambulance Scandal is a scandal relating to irregularities in purchase of ambulances for the National Hospital Insurance Fund of Kenya in 2001.[1]

The scandal resulted in the sacking of the Minister of Medical Services Amukowa Anangwe by President Daniel arap Moi.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ndichu, Lucy (31 December 2001). "Kenya: The Ambulance Saga That Cost Minister His Job". Allafrica.com. Retrieved 19 October 2017.