By Peter Opiyo and Felix Olick
Youth Agenda and National Youth Sector Alliance have threatened to take appropriate constitutional action if the documents are not made public for verification.
In a statement delivered by Youth Agenda chief executive officer Susan Kariuki, the youth leaders said they would ensure those found culpable take responsibility.
Permanent Secretary in the PMâs office Mohammed Isahakia said the allegations are propaganda targeting the PM and his office. He said some of the expenditure may have been ineligible for funding by the World Bank, but that does not mean money was lost.
"What this means is that some monies may have been used for purposes that are not consistent with the objectives of the project or World Bank policies. It does not necessarily mean that money was stolen," said Isahakia in a statement.
Further, he said the World Bank has not determined whether any of the expenditures under question is ineligible.
"This is to be done after review of relevant documentations jointly by the bank and the PMâs office," he said.
Isahakia said the PMâs office received only Sh142 million for co-ordination and supervision and that Sh54 million had been spent.