KEMSA – Kenya Medical Supplies Authority has restocked Sure condoms a few days before Valentine’s Day. Announcing the move the Authority CEO Terry Ramadhani, says that there was no need for calls for an alarm necessitated a section that there was a shortage.
The CEO said in an interview with a local daily assured Kenyans that the commodity was in bulk which was also confirmed by Health Cabinet Secretary Susan Nakhumicha.
The CS said that if there were any shortages reported then they’ll act on it- by ensuring they are distributed.
“There is no shortage challenge because we have enough in store. The only hitch could be that health facilities where the commodity has been said to be out of supply failed to consolidate their orders and send them to KEMSA for dispatching in good time,” she noted.
This comes hot on the heels when there was a report in Nairobi that the city has recorded an increase in the number of cases of people with Super Gonorrhea.
The illness which is transmitted sexually is an adaptive and endurable disease that copes with every medicine that is produced- and was said that it may be spread by people coming from other countries for holidays.
Super Gonorrhea is said to have no treatment so Nairobians we’re warned of not having sexual intercourse without wearing protective because it is deadly.