The ministry of Treasury and national planning always budgets for the next financial year which starts on july of every year.
This year's budget estimates have already been read to the public and interrogated by Parliament.
In the budget estimates, there was a vote for the retired president late Mwai kibaki before his demise.
According to business daily, the government had allocated ksh 101 Million to cater for Kubaki's Office requirements including salaries for staff and security among other expenditures.
Now that the third president of the republic of Kenya has died, Treasury will have to reallocated the funds in a move that will save taxpayers the millions.
Kibaki died on April 22 this year at the age of 90 and was buried in his Othaya rural home after a state burial.
Up until his death, he was receiving 80 percent of the sitting president's monthly salary as pension.
Kibaki's demise followed the late Daniel arap Moi's which happened in 2020. This has left Kenya without a former head of State.
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