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Chebukati pens hearty message to wife for being sworn in as CRA Chairperson

Wafula Chebukati extends heartfelt congratulations to his wife Mary Chebukati

Mary Wanyonyi Chebukati was sworn in as the chairperson of the Commission on Revenue Allocation (CRA) by Chief Justice Martha Koome on July 17, 2023

Former IEBC Chairman, Wafula Chebukati, sent a heartfelt message to his wife, Mary Wanyonyi Chebukati, after she was sworn in as the chairperson of the Commission on Revenue Allocation (CRA) by Chief Justice Martha Koome.

The appointment marks a significant milestone in Mary Chebukati's career, and her husband expressed pride and support for her new role.

In his message, Wafula Chebukati extended his congratulations to Mary for her appointment.

He acknowledged her dedication and expertise, emphasizing the positive impact she would undoubtedly have on the CRA.


He urged her to remain faithful to the Constitution and the law, highlighting the importance of upholding these fundamental principles.

As the chairperson of the CRA, she will play a pivotal part in ensuring the equitable distribution of resources among counties, contributing to the overall development and progress of the nation.

The Commission on Revenue Allocation is responsible for recommending the allocation of national revenue among the national and county levels of government in Kenya.

Its role is crucial in promoting fair distribution and sustainable utilization of resources.


With her leadership, Mary Chebukati aims to enhance transparency and accountability in the allocation process, working towards economic growth and social welfare for all Kenyans.

As Chairperson of the CRA, Mary Chebukati faces various challenges and responsibilities.

Her appointment comes at a time when the country is striving for economic recovery and development.


Ms Chebukati is an accountant with extensive experience in the public sector. She served as the director general in charge of accounting and quality assurance at the National Treasury before moving to the Ministry of Lands, where she served as the senior deputy accountant general and head of the accounting unit.

She has also worked in the Accountant General’s Department at the Public Sector Accounting Standards Board.

She holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Commerce Degree in Accounting.

She is also a Chartered Accountant and has served on the boards of several institutions, including Maasai Mara University, Cooperative University College and Kenyatta National Hospital.


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