NAKURU AU­DIT

Daily Nation (Kenya) - - NATIONAL NEWS - In ad­di­tion

In Nakuru, the Assem­bly paid Sh1.8 mil­lion to MCAS as per diem while at­tend­ing a train­ing in Lon­don be­tween Au­gust 22 to 29, 2016.

How­ever, no ev­i­dence was pro­vided to show that the County Assem­bly Ser­vice Board ap­proved the train­ing which was for a Pro­fes­sional Cer­tifi­cate in Par­lia­men­tary Af­fairs.

no daily at­ten­dance sheets, timetable or pro­gramme of the event were pro­vided to au­di­tors to show that the fo­rum took place.

dif­fer with a sum­mary of ap­pro­pri­a­tion.

Tana River and Taita Taveta fi­nan­cial state­ments did not com­ply with the re­quire­ments of In­ter­na­tional Pub­lic Sec­tor Ac­count­ing Stan­dards.

This is as pre­scribed by the Pub­lic Sec­tor Ac­count­ing Stan­dards Board.

Anom­alies noted in the six coun­ties were un­sup­ported ad­just­ments, unau­tho­rized ex­pen­di­tures, and undis­closed bank ac­counts among oth­ers.

“The state­ment of as­sets as at June 30 re­flects bank bal­ance of Sh368,211,091. How­ever, in­duced in the bank bal­ance is an amount of Sh281,172,027 be­ing bank bal­ance of 12 bank ac­counts and whose cash­books, bank rec­on­cil­i­a­tion state­ments and bank cer­tifi­cates were not availed for au­dit...” reads the re­port in part for Mom­basa.

In Narok, the Assem­bly car loan re­pay­ment sta­tus re­port in­di­cated that as at June 30, 2016, only Sh69,881,083 mil­lion rep­re­sent­ing 70 per cent had been re­paid out of the to­tal amount of Sh99,930,778 mil­lion.

The mort­gage loan re­pay­ment

Re­ported by Si­las Apollo, Mohamed Ahmed, Caro­line Wa­fula And Eric Matara

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