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(From The Nation (Kenya) - AAGM)
Byline: Wachira Kang'aru
The Federation of Kenya Employers wants more discussions held before a bill that seeks to provide universal medical cover for all Kenyans becomes law.
The National Social Health Insurance Fund Bill, was passed by Parliament on December 9, 2004, but the President Kibak declined to sign into law, and returned it to Parliament for more deliberations.
The outgoing Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE) chairman, Aram Mbui, said that even after the amendments recommended by President Kibaki, the Bill still fails to take into account the fact that employers are already legally obligated by …