• She spoke on Tuesday when she visited the facility's National Supply Chain Center in Embakasi, Nairobi, on a familiarisation tour.
• Wafula invited investors to work with KEMSA, assuring that the ministry is working to curb corruption scandals.
Health CS Susan Wafula has said the ministry is working to digitalize KEMSA operations to allow transparency and promote accountability.
She spoke on Tuesday when she visited the facility's National Supply Chain Center in Embakasi, on a familiarisation tour.
Wafula invited investors to work with KEMSA, assuring that the ministry is working to curb corruption scandals.
"We are going to move digitally...Anyone who thinks they are going to become millionaires or billionaires, the public will be able to follow through online to see how they are achieving that," she said.
The CS said the ministry has agreed to collaborate with KEMSA to contribute towards achieving universal healthcare in the country.
They include equipment on operational efficiency and promoting local manufacturers, especially for pharmaceuticals.
She lauded KEMSA's board and management for reforming the facility's employees.
"We need to recognize employees as an investment, not as an expenditure. Therefore, the reforms are going to go on," she added.
Wafula said this will help achieve optimum staff so as to better the facility's performance.
KEMSA CEO Terry Ramadhani and Health PS Susan Mochache were present.