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Apr
30

ICPAK CEO, CPA EDWIN MAKORI AND OTHER ICPAK MEMBERS GET COVID-19 VACCINATION

Nairobi, 30th April 2021, ICPAK Chief Executive officer CPA Edwin Makori today received the 1st dose of the COVID-19 vaccine injection at CPA centre. Senior management including head of Public Policy division, Hillary Onami, Head of legal services, Clare Abuodha, Finance Manager, CPA Dan Mugo, Public Policy and Research manager, Elias Wakhisi, members of staff […]

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Apr
28

ICPAK proposes creation of 47 auditor generals for counties

The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) is proposing that each of the 47 counties should have an independent auditor general in order to ensure timely submission of financial statements and reports. According to ICPAK, devolving the Office of the Auditor General (OAG) and establishing independent County Auditor Generals with complete operational independence […]

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Apr
11

Raise Sh66b Treasury bond to buy vaccines for everyone

COMMENTARY By Rose Mwaura | April 10th 2021 The steady rise of Covid-19 infections continues to exact a heavy toll on Kenyans and the economy. The spread of the virus prompted the government to impose cessation of movement in Nairobi, Kiambu, Nakuru, Kajiado, and Machakos. These containment measures are like a double-edged sword. While they […]

Source: The Standard |
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Apr
07

Treasury warned against unrealistic revenue plans

Experts say Kenya’s budget process has failed to adequately facilitate accurate forecasts for resource collection Unrealistic revenue projection has negatively affected revenue sharing and worsened the pending bills problem, experts warn. Senior officials at International Budget Partnership (IBP)-Kenya and the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) called on the government to review the […]

Source: The People Daily |
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Mar
29

FIGHTING CORRUPTION

Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) CEO Edwin Makori, chair Rose Mwaura and board members Ann Wangechi and Elizabeth Kalundi during ICPAK Forum in Mombasa. During the forum, Mwaura called for effective protection of witnesses to help in the fight against corruption and to avoid cases of witnesses disappearing. She also urged the […]

Source: The People Daily |
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Mar
28

Chama cha wahasibu chataka Mashahidi wa kesi za ufisadi wapewe ulinzi

ANGAZO ATHMAN LUCHI 25 MARCH 2021 HITS: 201 Chama cha wahasibu nchini Kenya ICPAK kimeitaka idara ya mahakama kuhakikisha kuwa watu wanaodaiwa kuwa mashahidi katika kesi zinazohusisha ufisadi wa mali ya umma wamepewa ulinzi wa kutosha. Mwenyekiti wa chama hicho Rose Mwaura amesema mara nyingi baadhi ya mashahidi katika kesi za ufisadi hususan wahasibu katika taasisi kuu za […]

Source: Radio Rahma |
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Mar
28

Cut fuel prices to stem inflation, accountants tell State

Accountants have asked the government to reduce fuel prices, which have put a strain on Kenyans amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (Icpak) said the increase in prices has been the highest since 2007, jumping by Sh15.82 in two months and leading to high inflation. “This means that Kenyans […]

Source: The Standard |
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Mar
28

It’s the state’s responsibility to protect whistleblowers, witnesses

Thursday, March 25, 2021 By Rose Mwaura Chairperson Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya What you need to know: In Kenya, anybody who stands in the way of corruption risks being dealt with ruthlessly by the corruption machinery. Prosecution of fraud cases can only succeed on the strength of whistleblowers and prosecution witnesses. The murder […]

Source: Nation |
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