Finance & Economic Planning


Article 103 of the Public Finance Management Act No 18 of 2012, provides for the

establishment of the County Treasury comprising the County Executive

Committee member responsible for Finance, the Chief Officer and departments of

the County Government responsible for finance and fiscal matters. Article 104

further provides that the County Treasury shall monitor, evaluate and oversee the

management of public finances and economic affairs of the County Government


  • Developing and implementing financial and economic policies in the County;
  • Preparing the annual budget for the County and coordinating the preparation

of estimates of revenue and expenditure of the County Government;

  • Coordinating the implementation of the budget of the County Government;
  • Mobilizing resources for funding the budgetary requirements of the County

Government and putting in place mechanisms to raise revenue and resources;

  • Managing the County Government ‘s public debt and other obligations an~

developing a framework of debt control for the County;

  • Consolidating the annual appropriation accounts and other financial statements

of the County Government in a format determined by the Accounting Standards Board;

  • Acting as custodian of the inventory of the County Government ‘s assets except

where provided otherwise by other legislation or the Constitution;

  • Ensuring compliance with accounting standards prescribed and published by

the Accounting Standards Board;

  • Ensuring proper management and control of, and accounting for the finances

of the County Government and its entities in order to promote efficient and

effective use of the County’s budgetary resources;

  • Maintaining proper accounts and other records in respect of the County

Revenue Fund, the County Emergencies Fund and other public funds

administered by the County Government;

  • Monitoring the County Government’s entities to ensure compliance with PFM

Act and effective management of their funds, efficiency and transparency and,

in particular, proper accountability for the expenditure of those funds;

  • Assisting the County Government in developing capacity for efficient, effective

and transparent financial management;

  • Providing the National Treasury with information, which it may require to

carry out its responsibilities under the Constitution and this Act;

  • Issuing circulars with respect to financial matters relating to County

Government entities;

  • Advising the County Government entities, the County Executive Committee

and the County assembly on financial matters; strengthening financial and fiscal relations between the national Government and County Government.

The committee has produced the following reports:


1.        Hon. Susan Wairimu Nyaga Chairperson
2.        Hon. Newton Kariuki V/Chairperson
3.        Hon. Johnson Muchangi Member
4.        Hon. Jimiah Jennifer Member
5.        Hon. Yvonne Karambu Mati  Member
6.        Hon. Fredrick Gatumu   Member
7.        Hon. Njama Barnabas  Member

Second Assembly committee produced the following reports:


1. Hon. Morris Muchiri Nyaga Chairperson
2. Hon. Murithi Kiura Njagi V/Chairperson
3. Hon. Peter Muriithi Nyaga Member
4. Hon. Agnes Wanjiru Gakungugu V/Chairperson
5. Hon. Nathan Kariuki Mwari Member
6. Hon. Sicily Ruguru Njiru Member
7. Hon. Salesio Njeru Kimaru Member