The Revenue sharing formula has been the talk for the past few weeks. The debate on the motion seems not to end soon as some of the members are against it. The debate was adjourned on Tuesday again for the seventh time.
However, Hon Abdikadir Mohammed who is a former MP of Mandera Central has let the cat out of the bag on the revenue sharing formula and the revenue allocation. He has revealed the dirty secret on the both saying that there was no connection between the two as politician say. He further said no constitution amendments was needed to raise the revenue to 35%. He tweeted,
"A dirty little secret concerning #BBI and County Allocations.... That NO Constitutional Amendment is required to raise Devolved Share to 35%..No New Law, Rule or Regulation; Nothing... [email protected] Havi @QulshTM @Wehliye Mohammed @RAbdiCG @W Mutunga @Martha Karua."
Some Kenyans have agreed with him but others said that president Kenyatta for interfering with the economy.
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