Members of the Kisumu County Assembly have raised concerns over some questionable spendings in the county government.
The MCAs have raised serious questions about Governor Anyang' Nyongo's spendings in the 2017/18 financial year, among them, the use of Sh2.5 million to procure 85 goats, reports the Standard.
They have also raised concerns with the use of Sh17.5 million to procure 35 motorcycles, yet their ward projects have stalled due to lack of funds from the county.
They have also questioned the use of Sh7 million to construct a studio at Kanyakwar, a project that was never done, and another Sh4.7 million on a nonexistent egg collection centre.
A House committee is also suspecting foul play after failing to identify locals who benefited from Sh2.9 million lantern project amid fear that the money might have been misused.
However, County Secretary Olango Onundi claims that the questions, including a Sh334 million grassroots programme, have not been brought to the governor's attention.
The governor has also been questioned for using Sh1.4 million to equip a brick-making centre despite there being a policy in the county discouraging against the use of bricks.
The MCAs have also questioned some of Nyongo's allocations in the 2019/2020 financial year.