The Former Prime Minister will also get fuel; oil and lubricants at Sh1.5 million, a first time the former Prime Minister’s office is being allocated funds since President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration took over.

The former Prime Minister Raila and former Vice President Kalonzo were entitled to a pay of KSh 8.64 million, KSh 720,000 in monthly lifelong pension and KSh 108,000 in fuel allowance after the government eased restrictions on their retirement packages following the 2018 handshake.

The National Treasury is making massive cuts from less significant departments in various ministries in its supplementary budget to free additional resources needed in the fight against Covid-19, which has so far had economic effects on Kenyans, especially from the needy background.