Suspended KEMSA CEO Terry Ramadhani lands envoy role in Ruto’s new appointments

By , K24 Digital
On Thu, 5 Oct, 2023 09:08 | 2 mins read
Suspended KEMSA CEO Terry Ramadhani lands envoy role in Ruto's new appointments
Suspended KEMSA CEO. PHOTO/ Terry Ramadhani/Linkedin

Suspended Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Terry Ramadhani has landed a new role in government in the latest appointments made by President William Ruto.

The Head of State named Ramadhani as Kenya's deputy ambassador to India in the appointments announced on Wednesday night by State House Chief of Staff Felix Koskei.

Ramadhani was hounded out of office in May following claims of alleged impropriety within KEMSA regarding a flawed procurement process that left the country on the verge of losing Ksh3.7 billion worth of anti-Malaria nets from the Global Fund.

 Dr Andrew Mutava Mulwa was appointed acting CEO in far-reaching changes that saw Josephine Mburu, the Principal Secretary for State Department for Public Health and Professional Standards, and the entire KEMSA board fired.

Ramadhani is among 14 new deputy ambassadors appointed to various countries.

President Ruto also nominated and redeployed ambassadors in the new changes. The nominees and appointees are listed below.

List of Ambassadors and High Commissioners

  1. Amb. Tabu Irina Dublin - Ireland 
  2. Amb. Willy Bat Beijing - China 
  3. Jane Wairimu Ndurumo - Pretoria, South Africa 
  4. Amb. George Morara Orina - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 
  5. Col. Rtd. Shem Amadi - Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo 
  6. Ms. Sabdio Dido Bashuna - Gaborone, Botswana 
  7. Mr. Jeremy Nyamasyo Ndola - Juba, South Sudan 
  8. Mr. Jeremy Laibuttah - Khartoum, Sudan 
  9. Mr. George Macgoye - Djibouti, Djibouti 
  10. Ms. Joyce Khasimwa Mmaitsi - Luanda, Angola 
  11. Amb. Phillip Mundia Githiora - Maputo, Mozambique 
  12. Amb. Isaac Keen Parashina - Abuja, Nigeria 
  13. Ms. Janet Mwawasi Oben - Kigali Rwanda 
  14. Hon. Kirin.o Kubai - Mogadishu, Somalia 
  15. Ms. Mercy Mueni Mutuku -Arusha, Tanzania 
  16. Mr. Abdi Weli Muhamad Husse - Hargeisa, Somalia 
  17. Ms. Fouzia Abdirahman Abass - Bern, Switzerland 
  18. Amb. Betty Chebet Cherwon- Paris, France 
  19. Amb. Fredrick Musambili Matwan'ga - Rome, Italy 
  20. Amb. Angeline Kavindu Musili - Stockholm, Sweden 
  21. Amb. Stella Orina - Berlin, Germany 
  22. Ms. Nairimas Sharon Ole Sein - Madrid, Spain 
  23. Mr. Maurice Makoloo - Vienna, Austria 
  24. Prof. Peter Ngure - UNESCO, Paris 
  25. Mr. Peter Munyiri - New Delhi, India 
  26. Prof. Emmy Jerono Kipsoi - Seoul, South Korea 
  27. Mr. John Ronald Ekitela - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
  28. Dr. Wilson Kogo - Canberra, Australia 
  29. Mr. Mohamed Ramadhan Ruwange - Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 
  30. Lt. Gen Albert Kendagor - Tel Aviv, Israel 
  31. Mr. Mohamed Nur Adan - Doha, Qatar

List of the deputy high commissioners

  1. Amb. James Waweru - Geneva, Switzerland 
  2. Dr. Alome Kasera Achayo - Paris, France 
  3. Amb. Edwin Afande - London, United Kingdom 
  4. Ms. Valerie Ruene - Berlin German 
  5. Ms. Irene Maswan - Moscow, Russia 
  6. Mr. Daniel Cheruiot Tanui - Brussels, Germany 
  7. Mr. Anthon Mayo Ngugi- The Hague, Netherlands
  8. Dr. Jayne Khasoa Luseneka - UNESCO, Paris 
  9. Mr. Moni Manyanqe - Ottawa, Canada 
  10. Ms. Terry Ramadhani - New Delhi, India 
  11. Ms. Lynette Mwendwa Ndile - Beijing, China 
  12. Amb. Jackline Moraa Kenani - Seoul, South Korea 
  13. Amb. Arthur Andambi - Tokyo, Japan 
  14. Mr. Daniel Mumina Nganda - Dubai, UAE

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