Auditor-General has revealed that Kiambu County government purportedly spent almost a billion on State House affairs in a single financial year.
The county allocated Sh973 million for “Coordination of State House functions”. Governor Ferdinand Waititu appearing before the Senate Public Accounts Committee claimed he was no aware of such expenditure.
More shocking expenditures were revealed. Kiambu allegedly spent Sh804 million on free primary education which is a function of national government and Sh58 million on South Sudan Peace process.
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The Waititu government also claims they spent Sh180 million as statutory benefits for retired Presidents Daniel arap Moi and Mwai Kibaki. They also claim that Sh591 million was spent on State Corporation advisory service.