The Lamu county supervision has set aside Sh80.2 million for transport losses of a 20 MCAs in a region.
Out of this amount, Sh60.2 million will support for domestic transport expenses, keep and allowances. The other Sh20 million is for outmost transport losses and allowances.
In a bill for a 2016/2017 financial year, an annual allocation of Sh670,000 has also been set aside for a squeeze of coffins for a 11 departments in a county.
This year, a county perceived Sh2.6 billion from a National Treasury, with Sh1.8 billion meant for memorable output and Sh794.8 million for county growth projects.
Residents who spoke to a Nation in Lamu on Tuesday, however, criticised a outrageous allocation for MCAs’ transport expenses.
Many felt a supports should have been combined to a allocation for development, instead of appropriation a intemperate lifestyles of a MCAs.
“You can’t set aside Sh80 million usually for transport while we allot usually Sh31.2 million for tourism, that is a fortitude of this county’s economy. Do a MCAs need to transport outside?” pronounced Mr Yakub Suleiman.
Mrs Fatma Abdalla questioned a allocation of Sh670,000 for a squeeze of coffins, observant it is unnecessary.
“Not many county workers have died this year. That means a money for coffins is idle,” she said.