Revealed How Uhuru Kenyatta Used 17 Billions
Vivo received a total of Sh1.02 billion, and Rubis received Sh6.29 million.
Mr. Chirchir was summoned by the Public Petitions Committee of the National Assembly in respect of expenditures amounting to Shs 16.59 billion that were withdrawn under Article 223 of the Constitution.
Section 223 allows the Treasury Department to withdraw funds from Consolidated Fund Services (CFS) without parliamentary approval but obtain approval within two weeks of the resumption of parliamentary sessions.
The Consumers’ Association of Kenya (Cofek) has asked Parliament to examine Shw 55 billion in spending under the constitution’s emergency provisions during the post-election transition from the Jubilee Government to Kenya’s Kwanza Government.
Cofek states that the lack of transparency and accountability regarding the transition from one administration to another is a public issue.
“Payments related to the Petroleum Traders Price Stabilization Scheme introduced by Legal Notice No. 124 of July 10, 2020, Petroleum Development Royalties Order, 2020,” Mr. Chirchir told the committee.