Taita Taveta ward reps threaten to remove executive
Ill motiveMembers also complained that the executive had denied them mortgages and car loans. But Masawi denied the claims, saying he had no ill motive. “Give us more time to get CBK (Central Bank of Kenya) transactions to reconcile our financial records with the Assembly clerk,” he told the charged House. Mr Lang’at said the finance department had been giving the assembly its rightful share of revenue since October. “We have not given the assembly less amount of its revenue share. I cannot allow my staff to cook the figures as claimed by the MCAs. We have financial statements from the CBK for verification,” he told the Speaker. In a resolution passed yesterday, the MCAs directed the executive to immediately remit the withheld Sh7 million for recurrent and an additional Sh5 million for development expenditure. [Renson Mnyamwezi]
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