Ouko said a good percentage of the KES 300 billion set aside for the 47 counties to individually run county
activities ended up in individuals’ pockets.
He spoke at the launch of the Parliamentary Initiatives Network guide to audit reports at a Nairobi hotel.
office of the AG requires more resources to audit all financial
statements and prepare reports. We also have to ensure we have verified
the information we gathered,” he said.
" Unfortunately we have a small team and also minimal resources, hence, the process has remained slow.”
urge everyone to monitor public assets as well as government
expenditure. If everyone plays their role, we will save a lot and
Kenyans will have the best services,” he said.
Corruption has been mooted as a major challenge for the growth of County governments in Kenya.