Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja has assented the Nairobi County Finance Act 2023 expected to turn things around on delivery of services.
“I have today assented to the Nairobi County Finance Act 2023, the instrument through which we shall find the delivery of services to you. We commit to prudent use of your hard earned resources and will soon publish a schedule of fees and charges for your clarity,” said the Governor
Speaking during the event, Sakaja thanked the members of public for their participation without forgetting Speaker and MCA’s of Nairobi County.
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“I’m grateful to all the people of Nairobi who participated in this process through public participation forums, those who sent memoranda, the Speaker, leadership and the Members of The County Assembly of Nairobi as well as the Executive of Nairobi. Lazima iWork.” he said
Recently the County was under fire over plans to hike parking fees and rental fees for county residential houses.
Speaking during a public participation drive, residents called on the government to halt the plans and instead focus on effecting stalled projects and services as any price increase will hurt Kenyans.
Prices of goods in the markets will also increase as traders will be charged more for bringing in their goods into the city.