It is barely One Week after Nairobi County Metropolitan Service, led by General Badi suggested a draft policy that aimed to introduce an hourly parking charge between Kenya Shillings 7 and shillings 100 within the Central Business Unit(CBD). Through the drafted policy, the city hall was to scrap parking season tickets around Central Business Unit and introduce them to other estates for Kenya Shillings 6,000 per month.
Nakuru County is set to receive Sh429.7 million for the Kenya Urban Support Programme (KUSP) as Nakuru toWn awaits its city status charter. The urban development grant will be shared between two municipaities: Nakuru will get Sh293.4 million while Naivasha town will get Sh136.3 million. According to the county Assembly's Budget and Appropriation Committee chairman Joel Karuri, the grant will be used to develop the two towns.
Members of the Nakuru County Assembly have approved a Sh23.2 billion budget for the 2021/22 financial year. Budget and Appropriation Committee Chairman Joel Karuri tabled the budget on Tuesday in a heated session during which the MCAs piled pressure on the executive to speedily implement it. In the budget, the county government estimated its expenditure at Sh17.4 billion with an additional roll-over allocation for ongoing projects of Sh5.6 billion from the 2020/21 financial year.
This is contained in the Budget and Appropriation Committee Report on the Sh8.4billion Budget Estimates for FY 2021/2022 that was unanimously passed today by members during a special sitting of the Assembly. The report that was tabled by the Budget and Appropriation Committee chairman, Hon Linus Asiba and seconded by Hon Grace Olita was subjected to 15 amendments before Speaker, Hon Bernard Wamalwa put the question after members saw no point to debate on the report.
The Public Accounts Committee which is led by Ugunja Member of Parliament Opiyo Wandayi have issued new guidelines for supplementary bedget. The watchdog committee has stated that there will be no submission of Supplementary budget in Parliament within two months to the end of a financial year. The legislators had adopted a report of the Budget and Appropriatins Committee(BAC) which banned the submission of mini budget beyond April 30.
Kikuyu Constituency Member of Parliament Kimani Ichung'wah is the top performing chairperson of Committee in the National Assembly in the 2019 parliamentary session. The legislator announced the information through his Twitter account on Sunday captioning the notice with 'Committed to service.' Ichung'wah served as the Chairperson of Budget and Appropriation Committee before he resigned shortly after the Jubilee Party send him a letter stating that it had resolved to relieve him the services he offered as the
Vice chair BAC Julius Etyang hands over the report to Clerk Assistant Evelyn Mwaro |COURTESY Busia County Assembly on Tuesday tabled the long awaited report of the Budget and Appropriation Committee on the Supplementary Budget estimates of the Revenue and Expenditure for the Financial Year 2020/2021. The Sh9.9b budget, that seeks to unlock funds for various projects and essential services across the county, was tabled by the committee vice chairman Hon. Julius Etyang and seconded by the member of the committee,
According to the Business Daily, Kibaki left Kenya was servicing debt of sh 225 billion per year against revenue collection of around one Trillion, that is about 23%of the earnings. It is estimated that by 2022 the debt payment will be 1 trillion against revenue collection of 1.6 trillion. That about 63 % of the earnings. In simple language, Kibaki left us paying debt of 23 shillings for every 100 shillings. That left us with 77 shillings to pay salary, buy medicine and finance development. We are now using
MPs want kazi mtaani to be stopped immediately because it was poorly done and has led to embezzlement of public funds.The law makers said that while speaking to National Treasury cabinet Secretary Ukur Yattani during the Third National Assembly leadership retreat. They told Yattani that the government needs to go back to the drawing board to review the initiative of The President Uhuru Kenyatta. Their main concern is that many youths have been locked out and there is less utility of the labour provided by the
Deputy President William Ruto has urged mps to stay united after changes were made to various committee membership. His message came a day after his worthy lieutenants were transferred from lucrative House positions. The DP urged MPs to do their work with all their heart, while making reference to a biblical verse. "With the changes in Parliamentary leadership including committee membership & leadership now concluded, I urge all MPs NOT to be divided but work TOGETHER in serving the PEOPLE. Col.3:23, Whatever