Insulin rotting while people are dying ?

Insulin rotting while people are dying ?

Webster Chisoko writes

It’s really sad to hear that insulin was among the drugs which expired.I am one of those who depends on this drug daily and in most cases I am forced to buy because of the shortage in our health facility.

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    Kamwendo 2 days ago

    DEAR MINISTER, Congratulations for a well deserved appointment in fact appointing medical doctors to such responsibilities may never yield the desired political outcomes!! There is urgent need to audit the previous administration from Doctors who wrote technical specifications for medicines including expiry dates, procurement & it’s tender committee, finance up to PSs & the Minister to determine whether these technical specifications and their expiry dates were complied with at manufacturing, delivery and dispensing! I wonder why most medicines dispensed are almost nearing expiry dates!! THERE MUST BE SOMETHING FISHY AS ONE FORMER MD AT MSL BEFORE CHIKUTA WAS ABLE TO TRADE IN LONG SHELF LIFE DRUGS FOR SHORT SHELF LIFE ONES AND HE WAS DEFINATELY PAID FOR THIS LIFE THREATENING BEHAVIOUR & CURRENTLY ALLOWED ENDANGERING OTHER PEOPLE’S LIVES IN A NEIGHBOURING REGIONAL COUNTRY. THIS ROT MUST END

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    Samlindo 2 days ago

    When you have a person whose main trajectory is staying in power, everything else is overlooked hence the country going in strange territory in terms of leadership and economic direction, today cadres are kings