public finance

“We have increased our revenue collection from 30 billion to 50 billion a month,” KRA Commissioner General

7th September 2019

The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA)’s Commissioner General indicated that the authority has increased its revenue generation from Ksh. 30 billion to Ksh. 50 billion every month.  The Commissioner General said this when the Cabinet Secretary paid a courtesy call at the Inland Container Deport at Embakasi and the Customs Department at the Times Tower building […]

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Cash Book and Vote Book

26th July 2019

Cash Book and Vote Book Vote Book  Under public sector accounting vote book is an equivalent of a ledgers used in commercial accounting.  In the Vote Book, various accounts are opened. Each Ministry, Department or Agency is assigned a specific vote number (vote head).  For those of you who understand commercial accounting, vote number is […]

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Consolidated Fund Kenya

26th July 2019

Consolidated Fund Kenya  Today we are discussing about consolidated fund Kenya. In public accounting there are various accounting techniques used to account for public resources. These are:  a) Accrual accounting  b) Cash Accounting  c) Commitment Accounting  d) Fund Accounting  Now, let’s put more focus on the last type of accounting and specifically try to explain […]

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Amb. Ukur Yattani appointed acting CS for National Treasury Kenya

24th July 2019

Amb. Ukur Yattani appointed as acting CS for National Treasury Kenya  President Uhuru Kenyatta has appointed Ambassador Ukur Yattani as the acting Cabinet Secretary for Kenya National Treasury. He is replacing Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich who is facing corruption charges alongside his Principal Secretary Dr. Kamau Thugge.  Ambassador Ukur Yattani was elected and served as […]

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5 Reasons why public finance is important

19th July 2019

5 Reasons why Public Finance is Important  1) For governments to provide public goods for instance, defense, street lighting, railways and roads makes it necessary to have public finance; 2) Public finance makes it possible to deal will spillovers as well as externalities such as pollution among others; 3) Income distribution through collection tax revenues […]

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10 causes of growth of Government expenditure in Kenya

17th July 2019

10 causes of growth of government expenditure in Kenya  The following are some of the causes of growth of government expenditure in Kenya:  1) Rapid population growth When population is growing rapidly, it leads to increased government expenditure. This is because all mouths have to be fed, all sick people have to be treated and […]

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Proposed Development budgetary allocations to Universities in FY 2019/2020

6th May 2019

Proposed Development budgetary allocations to Universities in FY 2019/2020   The table below shows how selected number of university will receive development funds in FY 2019/2020. Note that we have also included how much was allocated for development in FY 2018/2019. No. Name of University FY 2018/2019 FY 2019/2020 1 Technical University of Kenya (TUK) […]

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What is in Kenya national budget FY 2019/2020?

6th May 2019

What is in Kenya national budget FY 2019/2020? In this article, we focus on analyzing the implications of National budget for 2019/2020 and the tax implications of Kenyan budget. Every year the national Treasury is required to submit budget proposals to the National Assembly for consideration. The deadline for doing so is 30 April every […]

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public participation in Nairobi

Public participation for 21st Century democracy

21st August 2018

Public participation in the 21st Century democracy involves analysis of policy documents and presentation of oral and written proposals to the state.

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Photo: Today i was a guest at a Morning Talkshow at Mtaani radio in Kabiria. Main objective was to encourage citizens from Dagoretti to participate in policy making particularly budgeting.

Geoffrey Kerosi at Mtaani Radio

11th May 2018

Geoffrey Kerosi at Mtaani Radio  Sharing is Caring:0

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Public participation on public finance

21st March 2018

Public participation on public finance I will share a link to my presentation in the next link. Read More: Climate Migration Regulations on Drones in Kenya Sharing is Caring:0

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Kenya recognized for her Leadership in use of Mobile Money in Public Finance

7th March 2018

Kenya recognized for her Leadership in use of Mobile Money in Public Finance Sanjeev Gupta of Centennial Group; Michael Keen of International Monetary Fund; Alpa Shah – Economist at IMF and Genevieve Verdier – the Deputy Division Chief at the IMF have collectively penned a high quality research paper on voxeu website on innovative technologies […]

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