Kenyan Parliament in Spotlight Over Funds

Some members of Parliament have come under fire for their alleged poor management of constituency development funds, while five constituencies recorded no wastage of funds.

VIDEO: Management Report for Constituency Funds in Kenya Released

The 10th parliament is on the spotlight again over the management of Constituency Development Funds with Khwisero constituency being the worst ... see more »

Photo: Capital FM

Kenyan parliament building: 10th parliament has been said to be the most unpopular public institution.

  • Kenya:  Butula CDF Team Deny Sh36 Million Theft Claims

    The Star, 24 January 2013

    THE Butula Constituency Development Fund (CDF) committee members have refuted claims by the National Taxpayers Association (NTA) reports carried in the press that claimed Sh36 ... read more »

  • Kenya:  Watchdog Praises North Rift for Voting Against MPs

    The Star, 23 January 2013

    Misuse of CDF money caused several outgoing MPs to lose in last week's nominations in the North Rift region. Two MPs who topped in the use of CDF money in the region were given ... read more »

  • Kenya:  CDF Board Petitioned Over Release of Cash

    The Star, 21 January 2013

    The CDF Board has until tomorrow to stop the disbursement of 10 billion shillings released for the completion of stalled CDF projects by outgoing MP's. read more »

  • Kenya:  Tax Payers Fault Sh 10 Billion Issued to CDF

    The Star, 8 January 2013

    The national taxpayers association is concerned that the 10 billion shillings released to CDF to complete projects could be misused. read more »

  • Kenya:  Kibwana Blames Kiilu Over Sh45 Million CDF Query

    The Star, 7 January 2013

    A Makueni governors seat aspirant Prof Kivutha Kibwana has defended himself over allegations that he returned Sh45 million of CDF to treasury in 2007-2008 financial year when he ... read more »

  • Kenya:  Warning Sounded Over CDF Disbursement

    The Star, 6 January 2013

    The ten billion shillings released to MPs to complete stalled CDF projects should be held in the accounts without being spent until the next parliament is in session. Michael ... read more »