Treasury accused of frustrating devolution
30 April 2013, 13:39
Bomet - The Standard reports the national Treasury has been accused of frustrating the devolution process.
According to Bomet Governor Isaac Rutto, it is tampering with the budgetary allocations of county governments without the consent of governors.
Pointing out a case where Bomet’s allocation was reduced to KES 3.1 billion down from KES 4.6 billion initially allocated by the Commission for Revenue Allocation (SRC), Rutto accused the treasury of making a unilateral decision that would ground the operations of county governments and render them unable to deliver on their mandate.
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