A shocker has hit both the nation and the county of Kiambu after the Governor Ferdinand Waititu presented the 2017/2018 to the senate county public accounts and Investment Committee.
In the documents, which the governor clearly did not know what they entailed, there were various outrageous allocation of county funds.
In the report, Kiambu county had allocated Ksh180 million for the administration of benefits to retired presidents.
Surprisingly, the reports highlighted that Ksh973 million had been allocated to be used in the coordination of State House function while Ksh590 million used on State Corporations Advisory Committee.
The report also noted that Ksh 800 million was allocated to free primary education while Ksh500 million was set aside to support South Sudan’s peace process.
The members of the Senate were astonished at how Kiambu County allocated huge sums of monies to functions that are under the national government.
When he was put to task to explain why that was the case, the outspoken governor uttered:: ” What I have also seen is new to me!”
Do you believe Waititu’s blankness in the financial matters of his county?