The Migori CBROP gives a highlight of the fiscal performance in the 2016/17 FY budget and
its implication on the execution of the 2017/18 FY budget. According to the findings, the
budget was funded to the tune of 91.7% as compared to 89.2% in the previous FY 2015/2016.
During the period under review the county received 7.086 billion shillings out of which 6.344
billion was spent representing 89.52% expenditure of the funds disbursed. Recurrent and
development expenditure accounted for 70.68 per cent and 29.32 per cent respectively. The
8.3% that was unfunded was attributed to the non-release of conditional fund totalling 297.7
M, shortfalls in equitable share of 277M and local revenue collection of 69.7 M.
The overall absorption rate for the county was 94.42 percent for recurrent and 62.40 for
development expenditure respectively. However, the absorption rates for individual
departments varied for both development and recurrent expenditure as can be seen from the
report. It is also worth noting that the county surpassed the amount budgeted for the personnel
emoluments. The amount budgeted was 2.36 billion while the actual expenditure was Kshs