Kenya's finance minister Henry Rotich said the treasury would ensure local suppliers are paid within 60 days by the national government © AFP/Getty Images
Kenya's finance minister Henry Rotich said the treasury would ensure local suppliers are paid within 60 days by the national government © AFP/Getty Images

Kenya budget outlines public procurement reform

20 June 2019

The Kenyan government has announced a target to pay suppliers within 60 days as part of reforms to public procurement.

In his budget finance minister Henry Rotich said local suppliers would be supported in public procurement, centralised purchasing will be boosted, and the law should be amended to stop abuse of buying power in the private sector.

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