Mandera county town

More than 232 UHC program staff in Mandera County quit their jobs, raising concerns about the county's commitment to its employees as well as the impact on healthcare services and patient care.

More than 232 workers from the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) programme in Mandera County left their jobs.

Last year, the county made promises to absorb them and convert them to permanent and pensionable (PnP) staff, but this sudden departure contradicts those promises.

However, the county government has been taking them in circles regarding their destiny, with the official postponement of calling letter issuance. The county has been hit with corruption recently, with many claiming that the move could be behind a graft process being undertaken.

Their exit leaves a big gap in the workforce and questions the county's commitment to its employees, who are clearly frustrated and disappointed.

This will have a significant impact on healthcare services and patient care in Mandera County.

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