Auditing

Open Budget Survey (OBS) 2017

Open Budget Survey (OBS) 2017

30th January 2018

Open Budget Survey (OBS) 2017 On Tuesday 30 January 2018 the International Budget Partnership released the long awaited Open Budget Survey (OBS) results for 2017. This is a report that looks into how 102 countries around the world performed in terms of transparency, public participation and budget oversight. Read More: Urban Renewal Programme in Mombasa […]

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Kisii County Executive Audit Reports: Proposed Construction of Sombogo Tea Factory

2nd January 2018

Kisii County Executive Audit Reports: Proposed Construction of Sombogo Tea Factory According to the Office of the Auditor General, during the Financial Year 2015/2016 a total of Ksh. 30 million was paid to Tombe Tea Factory based in Nyamira County as 50% conditional grant towards the cost proposed construction of Sombogo Tea Factory. In the […]

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Bomet Stadium

BOMET IAAF STADIUM

26th December 2017

BOMET IAAF STADIUM Read More: Mara Game Reserve is a cash cow for Narok County Sharing is Caring:0

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Narok County local revenue collection

Mara Game Reserve is a Cash Cow for Narok County

25th December 2017

Mara Game Reserve is a Cash Cow for Narok County Mara Game Reserve, a Local Revenue Cash Cow for Narok County Narok County collected Ksh. 1.75 billion in local revenue during financial year 2015/2016. Out of which Ksh. 1.54 billion or 88.1% of the total revenue was collected from Mara Game Reserve. This means that […]

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STATUS OF BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION IN BOMET COUNTY FY 2015/2016 

25th December 2017

STATUS OF BUDGET IMPLEMENTATION IN BOMET COUNTY FY 2015/2016 This article will focus on Bomet County executive audit reports for financial year 2015/2016. This is a commentary on reports produced by the office of the Auditor General (OAG). Bomet County is made up of the following Sub-Counties: Bomet Central, Konoin, Bomet East, Chepalungu and Sotik. […]

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KISII COUNTY EXECUTIVE AUDIT REPORTS FY 2015/2016

24th December 2017

KISII COUNTY EXECUTIVE AUDIT REPORTS FY 2015/2016 Kisii County executive was given a Qualified opinion for the year under review. This means that if it were not for a few issues identified during the audit report the auditor would have given the county a clean bill of health in terms of the accuracy of its […]

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Proposed Construction of Sombogo Tea Factory

24th December 2017

Kisii County Executive Audit Reports: Proposed Construction of Sombogo Tea Factory According to the Office of the Auditor General, during the FY 2015/2016 a total of Ksh. 30 million was paid to Tombe Tea Factory based in Nyamira County as 50% conditional grant to towards the cost proposed construction of Sombogo Tea Factory. In the […]

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Construction of Keringet Agricultural Training College

24th December 2017

Construction of Keringet Agricultural Training College In West Pokot County a total of Ksh. 223.9 million was paid to a construction company between Sep 2015 and June 2016 for construction of a training college at Keringet. The contract involved construction of a social hall, kitchen and a twin 3-storey building. Funny enough the contract agreement […]

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Lamu County map

UNDER-PERFORMANCE OF LOCAL REVENUE COLLECTION IN LAMU COUNTY

22nd December 2017

UNDER-PERFORMANCE OF LOCAL REVENUE COLLECTION IN LAMU COUNTY For the year ending 30 June 2016, Lamu County executive had a target of collecting Ksh. 107 million. The actual revenue collected was Ksh. 53.1 million. This was an equivalent of 49.6 percent of the targeted revenue. This is an indicator of shortcomings which led to the […]

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What is in Wajir County Executive Audit Reports

22nd December 2017

What is in Wajir County Executive Audit Reports Sharing is Caring:0

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Machakos County Executive Audit Reports

20th December 2017

Machakos County Executive Audit Reports Machakos County is made up of the following eight (8) sub-counties: Mavoko, Machakos, Yatta, Matungulu, Kangundo, Mwala, Masinga and Kathiani.  The county’s financial statements for financial year 2015/2016 were audited by the Office of the Auditor General and the following observations were made: Machakos County executive was given a Disclaimer […]

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An aerial view of Wajir County

Wajir County: Delays in completion of County Assembly Chambers et al

20th December 2017

Wajir County: Delays in completion of County Assembly Chambers et al This report focuses on the audit reports produced by the Office of the Auditor General (OAG) for the financial year 2015/2016. Wajir County is found to the North Eastern part of Kenya. An analysis of the county audit reports reveals the following: a) During […]

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MERU COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Irregular Procurement, Ethnic Balancing & Other Stories

20th December 2017

Meru County: Irregular Procurement, Ethnic Balancing and Other Stories FY 2015/2016 This article summarizes findings made by the Office of the Auditor General on Meru County Executive Audit reports covering the period ranging from 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016 or Financial Year 2015/2016. During the year under focus, Hon. Peter Munya was the […]

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Irregular Procurement and Lack of a Fixed Assets Register in Kakamega County 

9th December 2017

Irregular Procurement and Lack of a Fixed Assets Register in Kakamega County  In the year under focus Kakamega County operated 34 bank accounts with balances amounting to Ksh. 1.7 billion as at 30 June 2016. The problem was that the auditors were not availed any bank statements and bank reconciliation statements to verify the accuracy […]

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Isiolo County Under-Performed in Local Revenue Collection in FY 2015/2016

8th December 2017

Isiolo County Under-Performed in Local Revenue Collection in FY 2015/2016 The audit reports which are now at our disposal reveals that Isiolo County under-performed in its local revenue collection. The county had set to collect Ksh. 360 million during the year under focus but managed to collected Ksh. 116 million only. This was 32% of […]

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Pirates Beach in Mombasa County

Analysis of Mombasa County Executive Audit Reports 2015/2016

7th December 2017

Analysis of Mombasa County Executive Audit Reports 2015/2016 Below is a summary of what we unraveled on how Mombasa County executive spent taxpayers’ money between 1st July 2015 and 30th June 2016: This report highlights a number of audit queries such as unsupported payments, unconfirmed bank balances and outstanding imprest among others. The Mombasa County […]

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Kwale County Government

ANALYSIS OF KWALE COUNTY EXECUTIVE AUDIT REPORTS FOR FY 2015/2016

6th December 2017

ANALYSIS OF KWALE COUNTY EXECUTIVE AUDIT REPORTS FOR FY 2015/2016 The Office of the Auditor General (OAG) is established under Art. 229 of the Constitution of Kenya. The office is mandated to audit and report on “accounts of national and county governments; accounts of all courts; accounts of all funds and authorities of county and […]

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Review of Kisumu County Executive Audit Reports 2015/2016:  Part 1

4th December 2017

Review of Kisumu County Executive Audit Reports 2015/2016:  Part 1 The Office of the Auditor General released audit reports on how our 47 counties spent the taxpayers’ money. Today, we will review the audit reports for Kisumu County. The year under focus ranges from 1st July 2015 to 30th June, 2016. Come along. The Office […]

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Photo: Lodwar town in Turkana County

Turkana County Executive Audit Report FY 2015/2016

3rd December 2017

Turkana County Executive Audit Report FY 2015/2016 This review of Turkana County executive audit reports. We’ve focused on the following audit queries: Repair and maintenance of water points by Diocese of Lodwar on a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Turkana County Government. Construction of governor’s residence Street lighting in Lowareng town in Turkana County Get […]

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Latest Nairobi County Executive Audit Reports

1st December 2017

Latest Nairobi County Executive Audit Reports This video highlights some of the audit queries raised by the Office of Auditor General (OAG) in their most recent reports of financial audits. The office of the auditor General was created and given its mandate by Article 229 of the Constitution of Kenya. Enjoy watching. LIKE.SHARE.SUBSCRIBE. Sharing is […]

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