The report shows that the Cabinet Affairs docket lost Sh285.9 million after its budget was slashed from Sh903 million to Sh617 million.
Department of Transport also lost Sh2.2 billion after its budget was slashed from Sh60.4 billion to Sh58.2 billion.
The Department for Roads, on the other hand, had its budget cut from Sh250. 8 billion to Sh232.2billion. Both Transport and Roads departments are under Cabinet Secretary Kipchumba Murkomen’s docket.
Department of Basic Education pocketed an extra Sh11.74 billion after its budget was raised from Sh147.8 billion to Sh159.6 billion.
Another big winner was the Teachers Service Commission which received an extra Sh19.8 billion after its budget rose to Sh343.6 billion, up from 323.8 billion.
Technical Vocational Education and Training Institutions got an extra Sh4.6 billion after its budget was increased to Sh32 billion up from Sh28.3 billion.
The Ministry of Interior and National Coordination also got an additional Sh8.5 billion, raising its budget to Sh35.3 billion, up from Sh27 billion.
Arid, Semi-Arid land (ASAL) and Regional Development department had its budget increased from Sh15.9 to Sh24 billion while the Ministry of Defence’s budget was raised from Sh144.9 billion to Sh153.4 billion.