The national treasury and planning cabinet secretary Hon. Ukur Yattani are set to announce the budget to the public on 10th June this year. This budget helps the national government to monitor funds that are used in the country to improve our infrastructure. Remember, any state without a budget, it do experiences many challenges because monitoring national funds will be very poor.
Kenyans at large are vividly waiting for the budget as they believe through it, problems that were earlier echoed will be adhered to. For instance, farmers complained of poor market of their agricultural produce because of one reason or the other, thus they believe that, the budget has the answers to it.
Kenyans are looking forward to be a transformed country by eradicating issues to do with corruption. Remember that, among countries named in Africa with corruption being the main issue, Kenya is among them. Therefore if the budget will be well analysed, these cases will suddenly eradicate.
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