Kenyans have been assured that Constituency Development Fund will not be scrapped but will be aligned to the new constitution.
CDF chief executive officer Yusuf Nzibo said Kenyans should not be worried about the court ruling over CDF.
Nzibo said the court gave a window period of 12 months for the government to ensure the CDF Act is in tandem with the new law.
He said CDF board is already meeting legislators and other stakeholders to ensure the Act are aligned to the new constitution.
Speaking at Pala primary school in Nyando constituency when he opened nine classrooms built by CDF, Nzibo said they are in consultation with MPs to rectify the Act before the elapse of the 12 months given by the count.
He said CDF has done a lot in terms of development across the country and nobody is wishing that it be terminated.
Nzibo said CDF is a national government project and not in any way in conflict with county governments projects.
Area MP Fred Outa said he will continue dishing out CDF money to help in improving educational infrastructure across the country amongst other projects. Outa said he will consult the community to fund deserving needs in the constituency.
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