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Chief Justice Hon. Lady Martha Koome (5th from right) and CRA Chairperson Dr. Jane Kiringai (6th from right) with the new members of the Commission on Revenue Allocation, family members and friends at the Supreme Court on January 9, 2023

New members of the Commission on Revenue Allocation take office after being sworn in by the Chief Justice

By Ronald Ng’eno The new members of the Commission– Benedict Muasya Mutiso, Wilfred Koitamet Olekina Nchoshoi, Hon. Fatuma Gedi Ali, Dr. George Jalang’o Midiwo, Hadija Nganyi Juma, Dr. Isabel Nyambura Waiyaki, Jonas Misto Vincent Kuko and Dr. Chris Kiptoo (PS, Treasury) – have taken office after being sworn in by the Chief Justice, Hon. Martha Koome on January 9, 2023. These members were appointed by H.E. President William Ruto in the Gazette Notice No. 15376 and are to serve for a period of six years – from January 2023 to December 2028. This new team takes over from the second ...
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CRA CEO James Katule Sworn in at Supreme Court

May 10, 2022| The Chief Justice (CJ) and President of the Supreme Court Hon. Martha Koome, officiated the swearing-in ceremony for the new CRA Chief Executive Officer (CEO) James Katule on Monday, May 9, 2022. The Chief Justice urged Mr. Katule to make equitable revenue allocation a reality for all Kenyans. During the swearing-in ceremony at the Supreme Court Building, the CJ also challenged the new CEO: “Ask yourself every day, whether what you are doing is adding value to Kenyans who work so hard to pay taxes to keep us in office… May your contribution enable the Commission to ...
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Planning the End Term Report

The Commission held a consultative workshop to plan for the Commission’s End Term Report and Review the 3rd Edition of the County Fact Sheets Development. The End Term Report will detail work carried out by the 2nd Commission from 2017 – 2022. More details to follow ...
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Commission Bids Farewell to Outgoing CEO

The Commission held an End Year Party and Exist Party for the Outgoing CEO Dr Moses Sichei on 16th December 2021. The event served as an opportunity to reflect on the year gone by as well as celebrate the times and moments we were so privileged to share with our outgoing CEO and Commission Secretary Dr Moses Sichei who is leaving the Commission at the end of December 2021. During the event, speakers extolled the achievements of Dr Sichei. The Chairperson Dr Kiringai, Vice-Chairperson Humphrey Wattanga and Commissioners Dr Irene Asienga, Kishanto ole Suuji expressed their sentiments of working with ...
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Importance of a Clean Audit to Public Officers

The Commission was complemented by the National Treasury for receiving unqualified (clean) audit opinion from the Office of Auditor General for the financial year 2018/2019. (Period ended 30 June 2019) But what is a clean audit? Why is it important? A clean audit refers to unqualified audit opinion. In layman’s language, unqualified opinion is a statement from the independent auditor that the financial statements of an organization present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of that organization and of its financial performance and its cash flows for the reporting period. Further, that the Auditor was satisfied with the ...
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Public Hearing on the Budget for FY 2021/22 and Medium Term

Sector Working Groups have finalized the Sector Budget Proposals for FY 2021/22 and the medium term. In view of this, the National Treasury organized Public Sector Hearings on these proposals to get feedback and input from the public. The Commission participated in Public Sector Hearings on Friday, 27th November. During the hearings, the public is given a chance to interrogate the budget for transparency purposes, as well as raise any queries concerning the delivery of various institutional mandates ...
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