Narok Senator Ledema Ole Kina on his twitter has shared information on the County revenue allocation formula. If this division sees the light of day then we might as well forget all the reforms we are fighting for! Devolution will be pronounced dead! @StateHouseKenya the pastoralist cannot allow to be discriminated against for decades! @Senate_KE no gainers no losses!
The division of revenue seeks to award some counties more funds as some lose in the new proposed way of allocating funds. Ledama says that if the division of revenue which is before the senate for debate sees the light of day,then the country should know that devolution has been killed.
Pastoralist communities and counties from the arid and semi arid areas are the most affected in the new formula where they are meant to lose millions of money to other counties due to their population.
The division seeks to reward most popularise counties with more funds in what they term as 'one man one shilling' which has brought about uproar from leaders of meganilized communities.
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