National Treasury

Ukur Yattani and Dr. Julius Muia introduced to National Treasury Staff

26th July 2019

Ukur Yattani and Dr. Julius Muia introduced to National Treasury Staff On Thursday, 25 July, 2019 the head of Civil Service, Joseph Kinyua, introduced new acting CS Ukur Yattani and Dr. Julius Muia to national Treasury staff.  The duo will be replacing Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich and Principal Secretary Kamau Thugge at the helm of […]

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Here is how the Kenya National Treasury will raise resources to finance Budget for FY 2019/2020?

15th June 2019

Here is how the Kenya National Treasury will raise resources to finance Budget for FY 2019/2020? New Taxation measures introduced by the Kenya National Treasury are expected to generate an additional Ksh. 37 billion in revenues. The Kenya National Treasury has proposed the review of Capital Gains Tax legislation to enhance fairness and equity. The […]

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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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BUDGETARY ALLOCATIONS TO THREE ARMS OF GOVT

How much will each arm of government receive in 2019/2020?

5th February 2019

How much will each arm of government receive in 2019/2020? The draft Budget Policy Statement (BPS) 2019 is out and we’ve been combing through it since yesterday. The overall budget is expected to increase from Ksh 2.5 trillion to Ksh 2.6 trillion. The budget for the three arms of government provides an interesting story. The […]

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Construction of housing in Kenya

Housing sector proposals FY 2018/2019

4th February 2019

Housing sector proposals FY 2018/2019 Introduction I am publishing these proposals as a reference point for the new proposals we are drafting in financial year 2019/2020. We are in the process of checking out to what extent we influenced the national budgeting process in 2018/2019. These proposals were presented before the Institute of Economic Affairs […]

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Plans on final stages to create Kenya Mortgage Refinancing Company (KMRC)

12th April 2018

Plans on final stages to create Kenya Mortgage Refinancing Company (KMRC) The national Treasury of Kenya is leading discussions towards the creation of a Kenya mortgage refinancing company. This company will be registered as a limited liability company to be regulated and supervised by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK). The KMRC will be mandated […]

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The Notice from Treasury is Out, now budget formulation has started

Kenyan Government Budgeting Process Has Began

11th January 2018

Kenyan Government Budgeting Process Has Began for FY 2018/2019  Image: Notice released by Kenya National Treasury on kick starting of the Kenyan Government budgeting process.The million-dollar-question is: Can Jubilee Administration build 500,000 houses by 2012? On Universal health coverage, we can borrow a lot from what is happening in Makueni County. 🙂 Access the Public Notice […]

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The "BIG FOUR" Projects for Uhuru Kenyatta's legacy term in Office

Austerity Measures to be sustained in the Kenyan Budget in 2018/2019

7th January 2018

Austerity Measures to be sustained in the Kenyan Budget in 2018/2019  Henry Rotich, the Cabinet Secretary for Finance is planning to implement austerity measures in order to raise funds for Uhuru Kenyatta’s “Big Four” agenda as well as control the ever increasing public debt. With the austerity measures, it means that there are tough times […]

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Kenya budget estimates in FY 2017/2018

19th February 2017

I’m currently working towards having a better understanding of the national draft budget which are in the public domain. For this purpose I will use four main parameters. This is my effort in seeking to understand the Kenya budget estimates and the related policy changes.  This is very important as I seek to to understand […]

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