Power wrangles within the devolved government could derail
The bank Warned that the current wrangles between national and county governments on one side, and governors and senators on the other will tear the country apart and render its set policies useless.
Speaking during an accountants' annual symposium on Thursday,
"Talks on county government expenditure, power sharing and procurement probes have taken centre stage in Parliament, leaving critical issues unattended to," Ms Gaye said.
"Power-sharing talks are likely to disrupt programmes, affect county businesses and prolong time-lines for execution of set development strategies," she said.
The call come as the
"It is critical for
The bank predicted in December last year that
"The growth momentum was lost in the second and third quarters of 2013, due to lack of government spending and inadequate transmission of the monetary policy stance to the real economy," the Banks December Kenya Economic Update report stated.
At, the same time, the Church yesterday warned that devolution was at risk of being derailed by the constant bickering between governors and senators.
It also criticised legislators for disregarding courts, saying, such actions were a "recipe for anarchy."
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