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What will be the cost of fighting corruption in Kenya budget FY 2019/2020?  

15th June 2019

What will be the cost of fighting corruption in Kenya budget FY 2019/2020?   All Ministries Departments and Agencies are required to publish all procurement details on the Public Procurement Information Portal. The public Procurement Regulatory Authority is in the process of publishing contracts awarded on a monthly basis. Up to now, 385 public entities […]

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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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Chris Karan, Ugenya MP

Supreme Court has nullified the election of Ugenya MP Chris Karan

21st December 2018

Supreme Court has nullified the election of Ugenya MP Chris Karan The court of Appeal Ruling on the election of Ugenya MP Chris Karan has been upheld by the Supreme Court of Kenya. The petition was filed by his rival David Ochieng. The Supreme Court has order fresh elections in Ugenya Constituency. Chris Karani who vied […]

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ISSUES RAISED BY CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS ON KENYA NATIONAL BUDGET FY 2018/2019

24th June 2018

This article explores the issues raised by Civil Society Organizations in Kenya on the National Budget Financial Year 2018/2019.

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Parliamentary Budget Office

28th June 2017

PARLIAMENTARY BUDGET OFFICE (PBO) Clause 9 of the Public Finance Management Act, 2012 is all about the Parliamentary Budget Office PBO. This is a very important office that serves the Parliamentary Service in Kenya.  Members appointed to this office are required to have experience in public policy, finance or economics.  Check the video below for […]

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New Protesting Style seen in Australia

19th December 2016

TAKING PROTESTS TO A WHOLE NEW LEVEL!!!! On Saturday 17th December, 2016 Australians showed their prowess in protesting. Hundreds of people gathered at parliament house in Canberra for a mass protest roll. The Australian government was planning to build a security fence that would effectively block access to the hill as well as other capital […]

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REVEALED: How Kenya’s General Elections will Affect the Budget-making for 2017/2018.

14th August 2016

Written by Geoffrey Kerosi | Editor-in-Chief| info@kerosi.com| 6:50 AM| Kenya’s General elections is around the corner and many sitting and aspiring politicians are busy laying strategies on how to get get landslide victory. The date has been set by the Constitution of Kenya as August 8, 2017. This important democratic event will have an effect […]

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