A file photo of CS Mutahi Kagwe.
The Ministry of Health has been exposed as the leading government agency with a huge amount of unexplained expenditure amounting to billions of shillings.
This could have led to Kenyans losing that amount of money that they have been paying through the taxes that they contribute every year to the government.
“Failure by the entities to fully support payments casts doubt on the authenticity of the reported expenditure,” madam Nancy Gathungu has since said.
She added, "The failure to support payments could also be an indication of weak internal controls and governance in the entities affected."
Other top government departments have also found themselves in the multibillion unexplained expenditures including Eugene Wamalwa's Ministry of Devolution.
Cabinet secretary in charge of the Ministry of Agriculture CS Peter Munya has also seen the department of Livestock being given a red flag on some huge amount of money going unexplained.
Although livestock was moved from the Ministry of Agriculture, it was in the Ministry by the time that the Audit report released was being done by the Office of the Auditor General.
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