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We Do Not Have Money To Fund Some Projects – Cs Henry Rotich

Henry Rotich
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Henry Rotich
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Treasury CS Henry Rotich Has said that the country is currently cannot be able to fund some of the projects.  He said that the shortfall was as a result of prolonged election period and drought.

The CS appeared before the senate to explain why the government had decided to cut down on county allocation by Sh.15billion.

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Henry Rotich the government was proposing to amend the  Division of revenue act to reduce the revenue allocation to counties.

This report comes just a day after the auditor general had said that close to Sh.40 billion was not accounted for last year.

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Written by Merxcine Cush

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