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Prime Journal of Business Administration and Management

ISSN: 2251-1261. Volume 2, Issue 10, pp. 704-708

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Factors to be considered in revenue allocation to devolved government in Kenya

 

1Jared Abongo Onyango, 1John Kiprotich Cheluget , 2Grace Musa Akello, 1Headmound Okari, and 1Victor Keraro

 

1Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Kenya.

2Kenya Polytechnic University College, Kenya.

 

Accepted 19th September, 2012

 
Abstract

 

Kenya’s 2010 Constitution declares equity to be an underlying principle of governance in the country, which is consistent with its provision for devolution. While nature vastly differentiated Kenya, successive governments did little to exploit opportunities for providing the scope for nationwide development. Kenya’s search for cohesive national development will only succeed if there is a nationwide appreciation of the history of our contemporary inequalities, which are at the root of Kenyans’ great hope in devolution. What matters now is the need for equitable disbursement of funds to the 47 countries. This study, it is hoped, will provide a comprehensive overview of the factors to be considered in revenue allocation to the devolved government in Kenya.

 

Key Words: Factors, devolution, revenue, allocation, constitution, county, government.



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