The parliament fails to produce proof of ownership of the land assets. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
The parliament service commission (PSC) has failed to produce tittle deeds for auditing.
For PSC failing to produce ownership documents for auditing review raises many questions as to why and who exactly owns the parliament buildings and whether parliament properties are real controlled by PSC. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
Auditor general Nancy Gathungu said that they could not confirm who owns the land assets and the buildings. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
The parliament service commission had enrolled a number of projects which will see enhanced accomodation for members of parliament. But for the PSC failing to produce ownership documents is a major setback to the planed projects as it may thwart the process.
Ono of the planned parliament project is to expand August House to take over several multi-storeyed buildings within the proximity of the parliament, what they will call as Parliament Square, an area which would be out of bound for the public.
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