Kiambu woman representative Ann Wamuratha has expressed his joy after the National Treasury disbursed NG-CDF and NGAAF money after a long delay.
Speaking to the Media the first time legislator said that NG-CDF and NGAAF was the only money that voters can account for on the ground.
“in every corner of our country today you are able to see and feel the various developments that CDF and NGAAF has done, this is the Only Money people can account for on the ground, we are now great full that the money has been released ” She said
Wamuratha said the war on CDF was worrying since schools, police stations, health centres and other projects that have to be done using the funds were delaying.
“It’s only through the funds that the Mwanaichi will give us a scorecard after five years” She said
Last week over 300 MPS meeting in Mombasa for a five-day induction workshop stormed out of the hall demanding the release of the money before they resumed training.
This forced the national Speaker Moses Wetangula to intervene and broke the stalemate between MPs and National Treasury Cabinet Njuguna Ndung’u for the delayed release of Sh44 billion to constituencies.
Wetangula held a closed-door meeting with the MPs where he disclosed that the National Treasury had released Sh4 billion.