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Delay of funds disbursement from the National Treasury riles CoG

The Council of Governors has expressed concerns over the delay by the National Treasury to remit first quarter funds to counties saying the delay has hampered implementation of development projects. In a statement issued after an extraordinary an  council meeting at Hotel Intercontinental in Nairobi on Monday,  the Council chairman  …

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ACK Katakwa Diocese women Sacco launched in Busia County

Anglican Church of Kenya Katakwa Diocese Women Sacco became the 100th to be registered in Busia County following the partnership between the County Government and Busia Women representative Florence Mutua. Mutua who presided over the launch in Amagoro on Friday pledged Sh500,000 from the Affirmative action fund to help in …

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PAC lauds Busia Government over Medical equipment usage

The National Assembly’s Public Accounts Committee has lauded Busia County Government for putting the leased medical equipment at the Busia County Referral and Kocholia Sub County hospitals into proper use. The PAC team led by Kerio South MP David Rono toured Busia County on Thursday to inspect the installed equipment …

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Deputy Governors decry rise in fuel costs

Deputy Governors from 47 counties across the country including H.E. Moses Mulomi of Busia County today decried the rising cost of fuel prices saying it will impact negatively on the economies of the counties and the abilities of their citizens to prosper. In a statement signed by the Deputy Governor’s …

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Accountants want National Treasury to improve IFMIS connectivity

Accountants have called on the National Treasury to improve the Integrated Financial Management Information System (IFMIS) especially in far flung counties. They said counties located miles away from Nairobi experience constant connectivity challenges, thus the need by the National Government to find a lasting solution to the problem.  Manager, Devolution …

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Warning to medics as Kemsa drug supplies arrive

Busia Deputy Governor Moses Mulomi has sent stern warning to medical officers in charge of drugs distribution and usage that they will regret the punitive measures taken against them if they flout the rules and regulations. Speaking at the Busia County and Referral Hospital where he supervised the offloading of …

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