One of the major challenges affecting the Kenyan government is the efficient management of projects it has rolled out. Projects take long to be completed as others end up being abandoned. Government initiated projects have become breeding ground for corruption and misuse of public funds. As a consequence, the taxpayers end up losing billions of shillings on either poor feasible projects or good projects in the hands of cartels.
Here are some of the current stalled projects in Kenya.
|1.||Hazina Towers by NSSF||2018||Ksh 6.9 billion|
|2.||Ken-Ren Chemical and Fertiliser||2018||Ksh 6.3 billion|
|3.||The Lodwar Law Courts||2018||Ksh 814.9 million|
|4.||Kenyas High Commissioner’s residence in Islamabad||2018||Ksh 443.1 million|
|5.||Othaya Sub-District Hospital||2018||Ksh 436.3 million|
|6.||Kenya Industrial Training Institute (KITI) in Nakuru||2018||Ksh 360 million|
|7.||Nyando Law Courts||2018||Ksh 74.8 million|
|8.||Stalled Homabay Stadium||2018||Ksh 50 million|
|9.||Kombewa market||2018||Ksh 18.6 million|
|10.||Korowe Market||2018||Ksh 18.2 million|
|11.||Kianja Village Polytechnic in Kajulu||2018||Ksh 6 million|
|Total amount||Ksh 15.4 billion|