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Counties to receive their money

12 August 2013, 09:45

Nairobi - Deputy President William Ruto aanounced in Kilifi on Sunday, that disbursement of the allocated KES 210 billion devolved funds will begin on Monday and Tuesday, Daily Nation reports.

Following the signing into law of the County Revenue Bill by the President Uhuru Kenyatta, the National Treasury would start releasing the money to the 47 counties, for governors to utilise the funds well to spearhead development across the country, Ruto said.

Speaking at Miracle Revival Fellowship Pentecostal Churches of East Africa at Mtwapa, Ruto added that prudent use of funds would enable county governments deliver meaningful service to the public, so that all counties are up and running to fast track development across the country.

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