County governments will receive Ksh 3.3billion for maintaining roads in the 2015-2016 financial year as announced by the Kenya Roads Board.

The allocations that are contained in the County Allocation of Revenue Act, 2015 and gazette notice No. 87 of 18th August, 2015 indicates that Nairobi County will receive the highest amount, Ksh 165 million followed by Turkana which will receive Ksh 133 million as Kakamega and Mandera counties each receive Ksh 113 million.

Lamu County will however be receiving the least amount, Ksh 26million as stated by the KRB public Relations officer Rosemary Wangui.