Report Shows Murang'a County's Loss Due to Dairy Plan

KENYA - An Auditor-General’s report has revealed inflated purchases, questionable spending and huge disparities in financial statements in Murang'a County.
calendar icon 8 December 2016
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The county spent Sh57 million on a dairy-cow project that yielded only Sh4 million from the sale of animals, bull calves and milk.

According to Auditor-General Edward Ouko, the county had allocated Sh4 million to the Mariira Farm project, with each cow estimated to have cost the county over Sh250,000.

This resulted in a deficit of Sh52 million.

Source: Daily Nation

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