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Treasury mandarins who burned economy with cooked figures
newfarer
#1 Posted : Wednesday, November 20, 2019 6:02:07 AM
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sometimes I think we should follow sharia laws to deal with some animals in suits

https://www.nation.co.ke...4662-6ahjtnz/index.html

very annoying to read some stories.
punda amecheka
Ericsson
#2 Posted : Wednesday, November 20, 2019 12:13:38 PM
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newfarer wrote:
sometimes I think we should follow sharia laws to deal with some animals in suits

https://www.nation.co.ke...4662-6ahjtnz/index.html

very annoying to read some stories.


The buck stops with the president,he knows what was happening.
Angelica _ann
#3 Posted : Wednesday, November 20, 2019 12:45:44 PM
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This is normal in Kenya, we queried the figures but then again we were branded anti-development and lord of poverty. After handchake we kept quiet (tulinyamaza) and nowadays things just come out in the open pole pole from the Jubilee clowns.

Looking forward to 10 years of William. smile
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AlphDoti
#4 Posted : Wednesday, November 20, 2019 1:26:00 PM
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Angelica _ann wrote:
This is normal in Kenya, we queried the figures but then again we were branded anti-development and lord of poverty. After handchake we kept quiet (tulinyamaza) and nowadays things just come out in the open pole pole from the Jubilee clowns.

Looking forward to 10 years of William. smile

Me too. I'm waiting for hustler 10 years. There are too many stupid people in Kenya. So let it be. We are all in it. Let us mess ourselves completely until we get caught between a rock and a hard place. May be that time we will wake up and do the right thing as Kenyans, not this or that tribe!
aemathenge
#5 Posted : Wednesday, November 20, 2019 1:46:46 PM
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Ericsson wrote:
The buck stops with the president,he knows what was happening.


Please tell me you are kidding. Please.

Please tell me you are talking in jest. Please.

If not, then I suggest you have a look at this:

Quote:
Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta was last night headed for more trouble following fresh claims that there were new discrepancies amounting to Sh10.7 billion in the revised Supplementary Budget approved by Parliament last week.

The claims have dealt a huge blow on Uhuru, who is also Deputy Prime Minister, and put Treasury on the spot again only two weeks after the minister was let off the hook for presenting budget figures with errors.

On Monday, Uhuru did not take calls while Finance Permanent Secretary Joseph Kinyua flatly declined to speak to The Standard.

But Uhuru’s allies swiftly rallied to his rescue, with a majority turning the heat on the whistleblower — Mars Group — dismissing their revelation as a cheat publicity stunt.

Mars Group Kenya chief executive Mwalimu Mati said in memorandum to the National Assembly at the weekend that the Budget "remains as erroneous and full of discrepancies as its earlier version."

Mati said a closer look at the resubmitted Supplementary Estimates shows that even as the printed estimates error was corrected a "completely new set of errors and discrepancies has been introduced into the current Recurrent and Development Estimates."

But Finance PS Joseph Kinyua would not be drawn to speak about it.


Source: https://www.standardmedi...u-kenyatta-s-typing-era

You might want to Google "Uhuru Kenyatta typing error"

Is that the Man you would entrust with "The Buck Stopping on his desk?"

You also know what Position Kinyua holds in Sirkal, don't you?
passiveinvestor
#6 Posted : Wednesday, November 20, 2019 5:30:48 PM
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newfarer wrote:
sometimes I think we should follow sharia laws to deal with some animals in suits

https://www.nation.co.ke...4662-6ahjtnz/index.html

very annoying to read some stories.

This was an immensely USELESS article with a MISLEADING title:
1. Does NOT unmask any cooking
2. The 50% GDP breach was not revealed by Yatani, it was known as early as 2018, so reported under Rotich's tenure
3. The allowances cited were NOT illegal. Sure, they ARE offensive
4. Talks a lot of talk about patronage in filling positions (did not state that this is a violation of any law or regulation)

---but no cooking revealed. The statement that Gava finally owned up to not being able to meet revenue targets CAN be attributed to Yatani. But this has ALREADY been reported so is also not news.
Doombringer
#7 Posted : Saturday, December 21, 2019 10:05:18 PM
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But we all shouldn't forget that our Kenya is still way ahead against many countries in that continent, correct ? For example something like rest of it except maybe Nigeria, Marocco and South Africa, so everything is not that bad anyway totally and completely.
Taurrus
#8 Posted : Saturday, December 21, 2019 10:42:21 PM
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Doombringer wrote:
But we all shouldn't forget that our Kenya is still way ahead against many countries in that continent, correct ? For example something like rest of it except maybe Nigeria, Marocco and South Africa, so everything is not that bad anyway totally and completely.

Funda!
Thitifini
#9 Posted : Saturday, December 21, 2019 11:29:44 PM
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Taurrus wrote:
Doombringer wrote:
But we all shouldn't forget that our Kenya is still way ahead against many countries in that continent, correct ? For example something like rest of it except maybe Nigeria, Marocco and South Africa, so everything is not that bad anyway totally and completely.

Funda!

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