The 12 member Special Senate Committee tasked with resolving the third basis revenue sharing formula for counties is set to present its report to the Senate leadership on Thursday.
Members of the committee co-chaired by Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja and Bungoma senator Moses Wetang’ula however remained tight ripped over the contents of the report but say the brokered deal will end the stalemate that has placed Senate on the spot over the number of times the house has adjourned over lack of a consensus.
Other members of the committee include; Mohamud Mohamed (Mandera), Stewart Madzayo (Kilifi), Kipchumba Murkomen (Elgeyo Marakwet) and Anwar Loitiptip (Lamu) Mutula Kilonzo Jnr (Makueni), Susan Kihika (Nakuru), Samson Cherargey (Nandi), Moses Kajwang (Homa Bay), John Kinyua (Laikipia) and Ledama Olekina (Narok).
The revenue sharing deadlock has previously seen senators disagree on the floor with the house sitting adjourned for a record 9 times.
The proposals as contained in the report, according to the senators, is likely to get backing from majority of members and will bring to an end ongoing suffering in counties owing to cash straps as counties could not access 100 percent of their yearly allocations.
The government is pushing to have the formula in place to guide the disbursement of budgetary allocation to counties.
Some senators are however accusing the government of trying to deprive some counties of cash by drastically reducing their share of the Ksh 316.5 billion shillings.