"Corruption will now cease to be a way of life in Kenya and I call upon all those members of my government and public officers accustomed to corrupt practice to know and clearly understand that there will be no sacred cows under my government." Mwai Kibaki 30 Dec 2002.
The Annual Public Debt Management Report July 2006 – June 2007 of The Ministry Of Finance outlining Kenya’s external and domestic debt as well as reforms to strengthen the Debt Management Office.
Schedule of loans signed by Governement of kenya since independence to 2006. The loans to Kenya are worth 1.1 Trillion Kenya Shillings.
Statement of External Public Debt. Details of loans taken by the Kenya Government from lenders. Extract from the External Debt Register.
It highlights some of the big jumps in debt stock to commercial lenders. There is no good explanation as to why this is only the second report on
Kenya’s debt stock in 13 years – apart from the obvious. The debt stock
has been manipulated and mismanaged to the disadvantage of Kenyans
generally and to the very distinct advantage of some public officers and
During a meeting at the Treasury called by the Permanent Secretary for Finance, Joseph Kinyua last week to discuss public concern about the Anglo Leasing, invited representatives of civil society requested to see the Anglo Leasing irrevocable promissory notes that Finance Minister Amos Kimunya recently brandished at a press conference. They could not have […]
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The Annual Public Debt Management Report July 2005 – June 2006 of The Ministry Of Finance outlining Kenya’s external and domestic debt as well as reforms to strengthen the Debt Management Office.
Multimedia Footage of a Public Forum on Promissory Notes Held in Nairobi by Civil Society on 16th May 2007
Article by Reuters, Wednesday, May 23, 2007 ,
The World Bank gave Kenya credit worth $135 million on Wednesday to improve Internet usage and the gathering of statistics.
Statement from civil society asking Kenyans to join them in bringing government to account for the irrevocable promissory notes for overvalued and non performed contracts.
Copies of the promissory notes tabled in Parliament by Hon. Maoka Maore on Wednesday, 9th May, 2007:
Reports on The World Bank and IMF announcements that Kenya would receive new loans from the two agencies.
Reports regarding the Controller and Auditor General questioning the financial figures of Telkom Kenya for the year ending June 30, 2005 where she said that more than Sh7 billion had not be accounted.