In the new County Revenue Allocation formula that has sparked debate by various senators, there are counties that are set to gain whereas others are expected to loose. In the new formula, areas with larger population will have an increase to their revenue allocation whereas others will have their slashed (counties with few people). This is because it has sparked alot of debate.
Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi has blasted Raila Odinga for his stand in the County Revenue Allocation bill. He has said that Raila has let people of Coastal Kenya, North Eastern among the 19 counties that are expected to lose big on the current CRA proposal advocating for one vote-one man-one shilling. “I told you. Raila has thrown NFD and Coastal Counties under the bus,” Lawyer Ahmednasir claimed.
However, William Ruto's backyard is set to be top gainers, closely followed by Uhuru Kenyatta's backyard. Here are the top gainers;
-Nandi County will get an extra - Sh2 billion
-Uasin Gishu and Nakuru County will get an extra-Sh1 billion
Kiambu and Kakamega county will get an extra - Sh1 billion
Trans Nzoia county - 994 million
Bungoma county - 926 million
Kirinyaga county - 726 million
Bomet county - 730 million
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