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Kenya Budget Analysis 2021/22

Navigating New Realities

Following the presentation of the 2021/22 Budget Speech by the Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury on 10 June 2021; we have prepared budget highlights summarizing the key tax and related measures as well as priorities and reforms proposed for various sectors.

While all reasonable care has been taken in the preparation of these guides, Deloitte and its associates accept no responsibility for any errors contained, whether caused by negligence or otherwise, or for any loss, however caused or sustained by any person that relies on the publications.

Deloitte's budget highlights present an overview of the measures and allocations contained in the 2021/22 Budget Statement as presented by Kenya's Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury and Planning, Hon. (Amb.) Ukur Yatani.


What does recovery look like for Kenya and East Africa as a whole? What are the market disruptions we have to embrace? How do we strike a balance between stimulating the economy and addressing challenges brought about by the pandemic? Find our answers to this questions on our 2021/22 budget event summary.

2021/22 Budget Highlights Presentation

The Finance Bill, 2021 was published on 5 May 2021 and tabled in Parliament on 11 May 2021. Based on the Public Finance Management Act, 2012, the Bill should be assented into law by the end of June 2021. This publication summarizes our analysis of the amendments proposed by the Bill and their impact. Find it here.

Kenya Finance Bill 2021

To review our budget analysis for the other East African countries, please click on the respective country links below: