The Auditor General has since raised a red flag noting that it would be a total waste of public resources in case the college's continue lying idle at the different facilities.
“In some cases, the coolers had been vandalised and had missing parts as there was no security, others had not been fully installed, while others were simply idle,” she said.
About 160 milk coolers are not yet known on their whereabouts which has raised more questions since they are valued at about Ksh 1.07 Billion which is a lot of money to go into waste.
“In absence of a status report from the Department of Livestock, it is not possible to confirm whether the remaining 160 bulk milk coolers with a value of Sh1,071,200,000 were ever delivered and installed,” she said. Out of the 190 coolers that had been delivered as at end of June 2019, only 120 had been installed.
The collets are from different counties in the country where the Auditor General has made personal visits to which has raised even more question on the utilisation of public funds in the country.
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