GOVERNMENT medical supplies worth over K200,000 have allegedly been stolen.
A pharmacy technologist, a police officer and a driver at Medical Stores Limited, now Zambia Medicines and Medical Supplies Agency (ZAMSA), have been taken to court in connection with the alleged theft.
The suspected stolen medical supplies include 1,000 latex surgical gloves and 1,000 Nifedipine tablets, which are used to treat hypertension. CLICK
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