No more cash payments at City Hall – Sonko

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Nairobi governor Mike Sonko at Bomas of Kenya on August 11, 2017. PHOTO | JEFF ANGOTENairobi governor Mike Sonko at Bomas of Kenya on August 11, 2017. PHOTO | JEFF ANGOTE

By HILARY KIMUYU

Cash flow within City Hall will be fully automated to seal loopholes of theft, Governor Mike Sonko has said.

The reforms will see the abolishing of the cash office within City Hall.

“Nobody will be allowed to pay cash to acquire any service. I also intend to enhance annual revenue via 15.5 billion annually to 30 billion. My Government will also ensure proper streamlined decentralisation of services to ensure This kind of will be achieved,” said Mr Sonko on Sunday at a church service.

Last week, the governor nabbed millions of shillings stashed inside the cash office of which had not been banked.

“Staff salary delays will be a thing of the past. More revenue collected will lead to timely payment of Staff salaries.

“Nairobians elected me to ensure This kind of modifications as well as I am intent on keeping my promise,” he added.

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No more cash payments at City Hall – Sonko

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