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22) REPUBLIC OF KENYA KENYA GAZETTE SUPPLEMENT ACTS, 2016 NAIROBI, 27th July, 2016 CONTENT Act PAGE 459 The County Allocation of Revenue Act, 2016 NATIONAL.

COUNCIL FOR LAW REPORTING RECEIVED 1 my' P.O.

Box 10443-00100 NAHROBI, KENYA TEL:2 -'1, 231 FAX: 2712694 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, NAIROBI 459 THE COUNTY ALLOCATION OF REVENUE ACT No.

22 of 2016 Date of Assent: 22nd July, 2016 Date of Commencement: 10th August, 2016 ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS Section 1Short title.

2Interpretation.

3Object and purpose of the Act.

4Equitable allocation of county governments' share of revenue.

5Conditional allocations to County Governments.

6Budget ceilings for recurrent expenditure 7Transfers made in error or fraudulently.

8Report on actual transfers.

9Books of accounts to reflect national government transfers.

10Resolution of disputes and payment of wasteful expenditure.

11Financial misconduct.

12Cabinet Secretary to make Regulations.

FIRST SCHEDULE Allocation of Each County Governments' Equitable Share of Revenue Raised Nationally, Financial Year 2016/2017.

SECOND SCHEDULE Conditional Allocations to County Governments from National Government Revenue in Financial Year 2016/2017.

THIRD SCHEDULE Conditional Allocations to County Governments from Loans and Grants from Development Partners in Financial Year 2016/2017.

FOURTH SCHEDULE County Governments Budget Ceilings on Recurrent Expenditure in Financial Year, 2016/2017.

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22 THE COUNTY ALLOCATION OF REVENUE ACT, 2016 AN ACT of Parliament to provide for the equitable allocation of revenue raised nationally among the county governments for the 2016/2017 financial year and the responsibilities of national and county governments pursuant to such allocation and for connected purposes ENACTED by the Parliament of Kenya, as follows PART IPRELIMINARY 1.

This Act may be cited as the County Allocation of Short title.

Re:venue Act, 2016.

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In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires Interpretation.

"Cabinet Secretary" means the Cabinet Secretary for the time being responsible for matters relating to finance; "conditional allocations" for the purposes of this Act, means additional resources allocated to county governments from revenue raised nationally or in the form of loans and grants from development partners; "revenue" has the meaning assigned to it under section No.

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2 of the Commission on Revenue Allocation Act; "State organ" has the meaning assigned to it under Article 260 of the Constitution; and "wasteful expenditure" has the meaning assigned to it under section 2 of the Public Finance Management Act.

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3.

The object and purpose of this Act is to Object and purpose of the Act.

(a) provide, pursuant to Article 218(1)(b) of the Constitution, for the allocation of an equitable share of revenue raised nationally among the county governments, in accordance with the resolution approved by Parliament under Article 217 of the Constitution for the financial year 2016/2017; (b) provide, pursuant to Article 187(2) and 202(2) of the Constitution, for conditional allocations for the financial year 2016/2017; and 461 2016 County Allocation of Revenue No.

22 (c) facilitate the transfer of allcications made to counties under this Act from the Consolidated Fund to the respective County Revenue Funds.

4.

(1) Each county governments' equitable share of Equitable allocation of county revenue raised nationally on the basis of the revenue governments' share sharing formula approved by Parliament in accordance of revenue.

with Article 217 of the Constitution in respect of the financial year 2016/2017 shall be as set out in Column D of the First Schedule.

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Revenue Fund, in accordance with a payment schedule approved by the Senate and published in the gazette by the Cabinet Secretary in accordance with section 17 of the Public Finance Magem,ent Act.

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(1) Conditional allocations from national Conditional allocations to county government revenue to each county government for the governments.

financial year 2016/2017 shall be as set out in Column H of the Second Schedule, comprising (a) conditional grants for level 5 hospitals as set out in Column B of the Second Schedule; (b)special purpose grants supporting emergency medical services as set out in Column C of the Second Schedule; (c) conditional allocations for free maternal health care as set out in Column D of the Second Schedule; (d) conditional allocations to compensate county health facilities for foregone user fees revenue as set out in Column E of the Second Schedule; (e) conditional allocations for leasing of medical equipment as set out in Column F of the Second Schedule; and (f) conditional allocations from the Road Maintenance Fuel Levy Fund for the repair and maintenance of county roads as set out in Column G of the Second Schedule.

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22 (2) Conditional allocations financed by proceeds of loans or grants from development partners to each county government for the financial year 2016/2017 shall be as set out in Column E of the Third Schedule, comprising (a) conditional allocations financed by a loan from the World Bank to supplement financing for county health facilities as set out in Column B of the Third Schedule; (b) conditional allocations financed by a grant from the Government of Denmark to supplement financing for county health facilities as set out in Column C of the Third Schedule; and (c) conditional allocations to ensure continuation of services financed by loans and grants from other development partners as set out in Column D of the Third Schedule.

(3) Each county government's allocation under subsection (1) (a), (b), (c), (d) and (f) shall be transferred to the respective County Revenue Fund in accordance with a payment schedule published in the Gazette by the Cabinet Secretary in accordance with section 17 of the Public No.

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Finance Management Act, but shall only be accessed by each county government after meeting conditions set by the Cabinet Secretary responsible for that function at the beginning of the financial year and such transfers shall be included in the budget estimates of the county government and submitted to the county assembly for approval.

(4) The county governments' allocations under subsection (1) (e) shall be included in the budget estimates of the national government and shall be submitted to Parliament for approval provided that the national and county governments shall have an intergovernmental agreement in line with Article 187 of the Constitution.

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in accordance with section 17 of the Public Finance Management Act, provided that the Cabinet Secretary and the responsible development partner have agreed in writing that the funds shall be transferred to the county governments and such transfers shall be included in the budget estimates of the respective county government and shall be submitted to the respective county assembly for approval.

(6) The county governments' allocations under subsection (2) (c) shall be included in the budget estimates of the national government and shall be submitted to Parliament for approval.

(7) Functions published in the gazette for transfer after Parliament has approved the national government budget for 2016/2017 shall take effect in the financial year, 2017/2018.

6.

The budget ceilings for recurrent expenditure for Budget ceilings for recurrent county governments for the financial year 2016/17 shall be expenditure.

as set out in the Fourth Schedule.

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(1) Despite the provisions of any other law, where it Transfers made in is determined that the transfer of funds to a county error or fraudulently.

government was done in error or fraudulently, such a transfer shall be regarded as not legally due to that county government.

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transfers to that county government which would otherwise become due in accordance with the payment schedule approved by the Senate and published in the Gazette by the Cabinet Secretary in accordance with section 17 of the Public Finance Management Act.

8.

The National Treasury shall publish a monthly Report on actual report on actual transfers of all allocations to county transfers.

governments.

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(1) Each county treasury shall reflect all transfers Books of accounts to reflect national by the national government to the county governments in government its books of accounts.

transfers.

(2) The estimates of revenue of each county shall separately reflect the total equitable revenue share under section 4 of this Act and any other conditional allocations from the national government transferred to the County Revenue Fund.

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(1) Any State organ involved in an Resolution of disputes and intergovernmental dispute regarding any provision of this payment of wasteful Act or any division of revenue matter or allocation shall, expenditure.

before approaching a court to resolve such dispute, make every effort to settle the dispute with the other state organ concerned, including exhausting all alternative mechanisms provided for resolving disputes in relevant legislation.

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the State organ has not complied with subsection (1), the expenditure, incurred by that State organ in approaching the court shall be regarded as wasteful expenditure.

(3) The costs in respect of such wasteful expenditure referred to in subsection (2) shall, in accordance with a prescribed procedure, be recovered without delay from the person who caused the State organ not to comply with the requirements of subsection (1) in accordance with section 203 of the Public Finance Management Act.

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Act constitutes an offence under the Public Finance Management Act.

12.

The Cabinet Secretary may, with the approval of Cabinet Secretary to Parliament make Regulations on make Regulations.

(a) any matter in respect of which Regulations require to be made under this Act; and (b) any subsidiary or incidental administrative or procedural matter necessary for the proper implementation or administration of this Act.

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4(1)) Allocation of Each County Governments' Equitable Share of Revenue Raised Nationally, Financial Year 2016/2017 FY 2015/2016 FY 2016/2017 No.

County Allocation KSh.

Allocation KSh.

Ratio Ratio Column A Column B Column C Column D1 Baringo 1.71% 4,440,576,026 1.71% 4,791,438,190 2 Bomet 1.81% 4,706,893,298 1.81% 5,078,797,925 3 Bungoma 2.95% 7,675,726,717 2.95% 8,282,207,063 4 Busia 2.09% 5,440,248,190 2.09% 5,870,097,209 5 Elgeyo/Marakwet 1.26% 3,270,440,729 1.26% 3,528,847,275 6 Embu 1.48% 3,837,939,840 1.48% 4,141,186,056 7 Garissa 2.22% 5,771,689,408 2.22% 6,227,726,513 8 Homa Bay 2.17% 5,634,960,034 2.17% 6,080,193,774 9 Isiolo 1.18% 3,056,565,534 1.18% 3,298,073,210 10 Kajiado 1.70% 4,412,625,800 1.70% 4,761,279,539 11 Kakamega 3.43% 8,908,229,519 3.43% 9,612,093,313 12 Kericho 1.73% 4,505,064,038 1.73% 4,861,021,577 13 Kiambu 2.87% 7,463,541,789 2.87% 8,053,256,819 14 Kilifi 2.86% 7,441,216,645 2.86% 8,029,167,703 15 Kirinyaga 1.36% 3,538,217,626 1.36% 3,817,781,963 16 Kisii 2.73% 7,093,627,514 2.73% 7,654,114,597 17 Kisumu 2.19% 5,681,265,569 2.19% 6,130,158,037 18 Kitui 2.80% 7,267,273,063 2.80% 7,841,480,359 19 Kwale 1.97% 5,125,697,562 1.97% 5,530,693,069 20 Laikipia 1.33% 3,449,548,893 1.33% 3,722,107,269 21 Lamu 0.79% 2,051,883,746 0.79% 2,214,008,743 22 Machakos 2.61% 6,768,653,467 2.61% 7,303,463,454 23 Makueni 2.30% 5,969,671,381 2.30% 6,441,351,588 24 Mandera 3.45% 8,955,703,809 3.45% 9,663,318,677 25 Marsabit 2.00% 5,189,461,933 2.00% 5,599,495,638 26 Meru 2.50% 6,493,602,784 2.50% 7,006,680,257 27 Migori 2.25% 5,836,852,127 2.25% 6,298,037,918 28 Mombasa 2.00% 5,197,893,978 2.00% 5,608,593,922 29 Murang'a2.06% 5,355,997,309 2.06% 5,779,189,434 30 Nairobi City 5.00% 12,996,608,958 5.00% 14,023,506,892 31 Nakuru 3.12% 8,116,330,943 3.12% 8,757,624,645 32 Nandi 1.83% 4,755,105,868 1.83% 5,130,819,903 33 Narok 2.04% 5,287,901,138 2.04% 5,705,712,796 34 Nyamira 1.60% 4,154,538,019 1.60% 4,482,799,531 35 Nyandarua 1.66% 4,307,070,831 1.66% 4,647,384,382 36 Nyeri 1.71% 4,449,219,647 1.71% 4,800,764,767 37 Samburu 1.37% 3,552,281,938 1.37% 3,832,957,535 38 Siaya 1.92% 4,995,298,722 1.92% 5,389,991,057 39 TaitalTaveta 1.27% 3,309,568,191 1.27% 3,571,066,305 40 Tana River 1.53% 3,984,569,971 1.53% 4,299,401,839 41 Tharaka-Nithi 1.21% 3,137,566,667 1.21% 3,385,474,466 467 County Allocation of Revenue 2016 No.

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County Allocation KSh.

Allocation KSh.

Ratio Ratio Column A Column B Column C Column D 42 Trans Nzpia 1.96% 5,099,612,701 1.96% 5,502,547,171 43 Turkana- 4.03% 10,479,033,426 4.03% 11,307,010,771 44 Uasin Gishu 2.00% 5,190,879,968 2.00% 5,601,025,717 45 Vihiga 1.49% 3,871,411,960 1.49% 4,177,302,901 46 Wajir 2.78% 7,232,740,318 2.78% 7,804,219,087 47 West Pokot 1.66% 4,313,692,404 1.66% 4,654,529,143 GRAND 100.00% 259,774,500,000 100.00% 280,300,000,000 TOTAL 468 No.

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5(2)) Conditional Allocations to County Governments from Loans and Grants from Development Partners in Financial Year 2015/17(Figures are in Kenya Shillings) FY 2015/2016 2016/2017 County Conditional World Bank DANIDA Conditional Total Allocation- Loan to Grant to Allocation- Conditional Loans and Supplement supplement Other Loans Allocations Grants financing of fmancing of & Grants from Loans & County County Grants from Health Health the National facilities facilities Government Revenue Column A Column B Column C Column D Column E (B+C+D) 1 Baringo 43,194,300 77,761,278 12,985,000 90,746,278 2 Bomet 14,950,000 8,810,000 8,810,000 3 Bungoma 196,750,000 7,375,000 7,375,000 4 Busia 46,240,000 6,495,000 6,495,000 5 Elgeyo/Marakwe 40,979,116 56,932,570 10,400,000 67,332,570 t6 Embu 113,750,000 6,875,000 6,875,000 7 Garissa 33,028,268 41,161,467 8,970,000 50,131,467 8 Homa Bay 24,770,000 12,385,000 12,385,000 9 Isiolo 16,698,052 22,247,373 3,985,000 26,232,373 10 Kajiado 89,533,654 100,581,341 8,945,000 40,000,000 149,526,341 11 Kakamega 278,500,000 11,750,000 11,750,000 12 Kericho 22,600,000 9,965,000 9,965,000 13 Kiambu 556,200,000 9,600,000 9,600,000 14 Kilifi 82,306,764 114,657,642 7,765,000 122,422,642 15 Kirinyaga 336,770,000 6,385,000 6,385,000 16 Kisii 22,950,000 11,475,000 11,475,000 17 Kisumu 64,580,000 8,290,000 30,000,000 38,290,000 18 Kitui 83,958,266 131,525,244 18,495,000 150,020,244 19 Kwale 59,379,322 82,166,289 6,810,000 88,976,289 20 Laikipia 236,375,096 60,049,676 5,765,000 65,814,676 21 Lamu 14,772,526 14,528,378 3,820,000 18,348,378 22 Machakos 206,700,000 13,350,000 13,350,000 23 Makueni 244,130,000 12,065,000 12,065,000 24 Mandera 28,306,168 42,477,798 7,310,000 49,787,798 25 Marsabit 25,436,676 34,627,134 7,675,000 42,302,134 26 Meru 220,590,000 10,295,000 1,700,000,000 1,710,295,000 27 Migori 87,452,156 138,220,725 10,220,000 148,440,725 28 Mombasa 22,300,000 3,150,000 16,000,000 19,150,000 9 Muning'a 124,810,000 12,405,000 12,405,000 30 Nairobi City 6,227,800,000 13,900,000 360,000,000 373,900,000 31 Nakuru 25,260,000 12,630,000 12,630,000 32 Nandi 18,310,000 9,155,000 9,155,000 33 Narok 56,027,350 81,201,403 8,945,000 90,146,403 471 2016 County Allocation of Revenue No.

22 FY 2015/2016 2016/2017 County Conditional World Bank DANIDA Conditional Total Allocation- Loan to Grant to Allocation- Conditional Loans and Supplement supplement Other Loans Allocations Grants financing of financing of & Grants from Loans & County County Grants from Health Health the National facilities facilities Government Column A Revenue Column B Column C Column D Column E (B+C+D) 34 Nyamira 23,920,000 11,960,000 11,960,000 35 Nyandarua 91,860,000 9,430,000 9,430,000 36 Nyeri 182,930,000 11,465,000 11,465,000 37 Samburu 19,659,898 29,848,554 5,495,000 35,343,554 38 Siaya 119,030,000 13,765,000 13,765,000 39 Taita/Taveta 32,052,898 36,034,216 7,405,000 43,439,216 40 Tana River 17,771,988 24,174,105 4,645,000 28,819,105 41 Tharaka-Nithi 326,229,808 44,654,343 6,165,000 50,819,343 42 Trans Nzoia 11,330,000 5,665,000 5,665,000 43 Turkana 32,556,700 67,258,982 6,035,000 73,293,982 44 Uasin Gishu 17,320,000 8,660,000 8,660,000 45 Vihiga 66,670,000 7,085,000 7,085,000 46 Wajir 36,459,300 46,166,458 10,045,000 56,211,458 47 West Pokot 27,979,898 56,049,761 6,090,000 62,139,761 GRAND TOTAL 10,671,178,204 1,302,324,737 422,355,000 2,146,000,000 3,870,679,737 FOURTH SCHEDULE ( S.

6) COUNTY GOVERNMENTS BUDGET CEILINGS ON RECURRENT EXPENDITURE 2016/2017 (KSHS.

MILLIONS) No.

County County Assembly County Executive Total 1 Baringo 593,775,560 445,615,976 1,039,391,536 2 Bomet 519,252,421 425,340,578 944,592,999 3 Bungoma 757,493,453 506,442,170 1,263,935,623 4 Busia 633,726,033 465,891,374 1,099,617,407 5 Elgeyo/Marakwet 467,089,372 405,065,180 872,154,552 6 Embu 489,549,517 405,065,180 894,614,697 7 Garissa 653,969,239 445,615,976 1,099,585,215 8 Homa Bay 742,060,265 486,166,772 1,228,227,037 9 Isiolo 377,924,581 317,997,003 695,921,584 10 Kajiado 569,310,891 394,328,991 963,639,882 11 Kakamega 899,913,088 567,268,364 1,467,181,452 12 Kericho 592,298,695 445,615,976 1,037,914,671 13 Kiambu 906,245,126 567,268,364 1,473,513,490 14 Kilifi 644,923,317 465,891,374 1,110,814,691 15 Kirinyaga 480,465,015 389,559,386 870,024,401 16 Kisii 795,788,862 506,442,170 1,302,231,032 17 Kisumu 654,621,594 465,891,374 1,120,512,968 472 No.

22 County Allocation of Revenue 2016 No.

County County Assembly County Executive Total 18 Kitui 729,738,749 486,166,772 1,215,905,521 19 Kwale 495,317,266 405,065,180 900,382,446 20 Laikipia 391,467,065 353,778,195 745,245,260 21 Lamu 347,758,306 317,997,003 665,755,309 22 Machakos 717,783,256 486,166,772 1,203,950,028 23 Makueni 628,398,530 445,615,976 1,074,014,506 24 Mandera 700,168,112 456,425,252 1,156,593,364 25 Marsabit 561,636,493 405,065,180 966,701,673 26 Meru 839,515,604 506,442,170 1,345,957,774 27 Migori 748,308,634 486,166,772 1,234,475,406 28 Mombasa 618,543,360 445,615,976 1,064,159,336 29 Murang'a 620,552,243 465,891,374 1,086,443,617 30 Nairobi City 1,320,604,504 668,645,354 1,989,249,858 31 Nakuru 822,183,269 546,992,966 1,369,176,235 32 Nandi 600,288,748 445,615,976 1,045,904,724 33 Narok 608,647,196 445,615,976 1,054,263,172 34 Nyamira 488,710,625 405,065,180 893,775,805 35 Nyandarua 562,892,769 425,340,578 988,233,347 36 Nyeri 593,206,457 445,615,976 1,038,822,433 37 Samburu 407,808,782 338,272,401 746,081,183 38 Siaya 599,914,472 445,615,976 1,045,530,448 39 Taita/Taveta 524,763,967 405,065,180 929,829,147 40 Tana River 442,442,874 369,283,988 811,726,862 41 Tharalca -Nithi 373,749,361 353,778,195 727,527,556 42 Trans Nzoia 534,271,010 425,340,578 959,611,588 43 Turkana 764,331,379 445,615,976 1,209,947,355 44 Uasin Gishu 571,448,098 445,615,976 1,017,064,074 45 Vihiga 533,773,279 425,340,578 959,113,857 46 Wajir 645,131,099 434,806,700 1,079,937,799 47 West Pokot 488,707,104 405,065,180 893,772,284 Total 29,060,469,640 20,842,555,564 49,903,025,204.

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