May 15, 2015
Yes. It is your right as a citizen to know how public funds have been utilised. In recognition of this, the Constitution provides for public participation in Budget formulation and implementation.
The public should check to ensure that the Government is undertaking the activities outlined in the Budget.
Where there is a failure by the Government in this respect, the public should inform the relevant authorities, which include Parliament, the Kenya National Audit Office, the Office of the Controller of Budget and the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission among other oversight institutions to take appropriate action.