UhuRuto to share Ksh.41.2M monthly budget, Raila allocated Ksh.50M
President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto are expected to share a Ksh.41.2 million slice of the budget as salaries and allowances over the next fiscal year.
According to remuneration data contained in the National Treasury budget books, basic salaries to the two constitutional offices are estimated at Ksh.24.7 million while the balance makes for allowances.
Allocations for the Deputy President Services office meanwhile total Ksh.1.8 billion out of a total Ksh.7.2 billion vote to the Presidency to include Ksh.176.9 million as development expenditure and Ksh.751 million as compensation to employees.
Former President Mwai Kibaki is meanwhile expected to receive a greater individual slice of the cake including a Ksh.22.6 million share as basic salary and Ksh.902,880 in allowances.
Further, the former President is further in line for a Ksh.34.4 million monthly pension.
Retired deputy presidents and other state officials including former Prime Minister Raila Odinga are set to receive a Ksh.50 million monthly pay out.
Total pensions to retired civil servants including members of parliament and the military are expected to round off to Ksh.119.2 million.
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