Kenyan members of Parliament are in charge of the national government Constituency development fund. The fund helps them to carryout Various development programs in their respective areas of jurisdiction. Whereas there is a good number of MPs who have used the money to change the lives of their Constituents through Bursaries and other programs like road construction and maintenance, there are others who haven't.
President Kenyatta speaks in Edinburgh, Scotland during a business meeting with the Scottish Africa Business Association (SABA Photo/Courtesy International donor agencies have now blamed Kenya for the embezzlement of funds provided as funding for Covid-19, AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis (TB) programs. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Global Fund are now urging the Auditor-General, Nancy Gathungu, to investigate the theft of medicines and medical equipment worth Sh18.9 billion provided for the fight against the disease.
A new dimension has emerged the Kemsa prove as new details reveal that 17 billion is to date unaccounted for. Interestingly Uhuru Kenyatta said the prove would be complete within 21 days but to date nobody has been arrested for seemingly the suppliers are the cronies and associates for president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Deputy President led party United Democratic Alliance has written to the auditor general concerning financial reports in the fallen BBI report. Through the Party’s leadership, UDA asked the Auditor General Nancy Gathungu to review all expenditures in the BBI process and submit a detailed report to National Assembly for consideration.
A file photo of DP William Ruto and Naivasha MP Jayne Kihara who is in the list of shame from the Auditor General. Photo/Courtesy The Kenyan Auditor General Nancy Gathungu has raised issues with about 20 Members of Parliament who have their National Government Constituency Development Fund accounts unaccounted for.
Gatundu South Member of Parliament (MP) Moses Kuria has alleged what President Uhuru Kenyatta and himself used to do together with KEMSA looters amid calls for fresh audit into the scandal. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently called for a fresh on how Covid-19 emergency funds were utilized amid reports showing that Kshs 17 billion at KEMSA remains unaccounted for.
Image: Courtesy. According to Auditor General of Kenya Nancy Gathungu, Kenya has delayed payment of her Chinese loan that was used to construct Nairobi's Southern Bypass which displaced many Kenyans. Therefore according to Nancy, China is going to impose huge interests and penalties to the country due to the delays.
Kenya imeshindwa kulipa deni! This is the real deal and its loan can increase due to set timelines. The auditor general has warned the government over repayment. Kenyan taxpayers will have to pay KSh 3.6 billion more after the National Treasury failed to settle the KSh 18 billion Nairobi Southern bypass loan within agreed timelines.
Deputy President William Ruto has swiftly moved to ensure that the Building Bridges Initiative proponents in Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta refund the billions they spent in the foiled process. The second in command has written to Auditor General Nancy Gathungu to audit the funds that were spent on the Building Bridges Initiative which the court termed unconstitutional.
At least twenty Members of Parliament (MPs) have been accused of misusing and embezzling National Government Constituency Development Fund (NG-CDF). Auditor General Nancy Gathungu in her report says the MPs failed to account for millions of shillings. She also further revealed that they had embezzled public funds using proxy companies.
There is no doubt that Kenya has the most expensive election process in Eastern and Central Africa. The state bought the biometric voter registration (BVR) kits and Kenya Integrated Electoral Management System (KIEMS) kits in 2017, totaling Ksh 6.8 billion. Now, auditor general Nancy Gathungu has confirmed that 3,925 BVR kits and Seven are missing.
The Star Kenya on Twitter shared information that the Auditor general revealed the Critical elections technology equipment had gone missing, these equipments includes: Biometric voter Registration kits, And Election laptops. According to the Star, a report dated march 14 , 2022 and tabled in the National Assembly of Kenya ,Auditor General Nancy Gathungu revealed that 3,925 BVR went missing as well as seven Kenya Integrated Electoral Management system kits.
Auditor General Nancy Gathungu made the revelations during an Intergovernmental Budget and Economic Council (IBEC) convened by Deputy President William Ruto at his official residence in Karen. County Executives face an eligible pending bills of Sh45.5 billion while the County Assemblies have Sh1.9 billion in their books.
At least 20 Members of Parliament (MPs) have been charged with misappropriating and embezzling funds from the National Government Constituency Development Fund (NG-CDF). In her report, Auditor General Nancy Gathungu claims that MPs failed to account for millions of shillings. She also disclosed that they had embezzled public cash via the use of proxies.
The United Democratic Alliance, chaired by the Deputy President, has written to the auditor general over financial figures in the recently released BBI report. UDA asked the Auditor General Nancy Gathungu to review all BBI expenses and present a full report to the National Assembly for consideration through the Party's leadership.
The United Democratic Alliance-led by the deputy President William Ruto has written to the Auditor-General about the financial statements in the late BBI report. Under the leadership of the Party, the UDA has asked the Auditor-General Nancy Gathungu to review all costs in the BBI program and submit a detailed report to the National Assembly for consideration.
Details emerging indicates that UDA party leader Hon William Ruto has officially written to the Auditor General, Nancy Gathungu, to audit the funds used on the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI), which was declared unconstitutional by Supreme Court few days ago. The Kenya Kwanza coalition alleges that the BBI process misused public funds amounting to Ksh 30 billion before being nullified.
Kenya could be facing a debt crisis after it failed to repay KSH 18billion Southern bypass debt on time thereby accumulating KSH 3.6 billion in delayed interest. Auditor general Nancy Gathungu indicated that the loan is owed to Exim bank in China and failure to repay it on time saw increase in delayed payments by KSH 726 million from 2.9 billion in 2020 as Tuko news reports.
The Deputy President's United Democratic Alliance has written to the auditor general over financial data in the newly released BBI report. UDA requested that the Auditor General, Nancy Gathungu, review all BBI expenditures and submit a comprehensive report to the National Assembly for consideration by the Party's leadership.
Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta, along with Deputy President William Ruto, have moved quickly to ensure that the proponents of the Building Bridges Initiative, including former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta, are reimbursed for the billions they spent on the thwarted process.