STATE HOUSE SPENT SH4.8M DAILY ON HOSPITALITY - COB
President William Ruto is on the spot after the Controller of Budget (COB) revealed that the new administration was spending a whooping Ksh 4.8 million per day on hospitality alone. The shocking report further revealed that ok the last three months, Ruto's administration has spent a total of sh 351 billion.
The report gave a breakdown on how the billions of taxpayers money was spent amid food crisis and ravaging draught that has left over 5 million Kenyans in dire need of food.
According to the report, Ruto's government spent over Sh3 billion in domestic travels, sh 1.7 billion in foreign travel, Printing and Advert consumed Sh 561 million, Rent Sh1.6 billion, Training Sh 818 million, Hospitality Sh1.8 billion, Vehicle Maintenance Sh 366 million, Other Assets Maintenance Sh267 million, and Other Economic Items Sh 94.1 billion. The totals from this summed up to Kshs 351 billion.
This lavish expenditure has left Kenyans reacting with many questioning the economic impact of the multi billion expenditure that Ruto's regime has wasted on things that do not benefit Kenyans.
This report comes at a time Ruto's chair of economic advisors David Ndii revealed that Ruto's government borrows a whooping Ksh 25 billion weekly despite his early promises that his administration will be debt free. The shocking expenditure has left Kenyans reacting as seen below;
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