Home News Kemri under investigation over cash scandal Saturday March 28 2015 A researcher at the Kenya Medical Research Institute. Recently, the institution was in the limelight as it supported the Ebola prevention efforts in the region. PHOTO | FILE In Summary A budget of more than $80m is said to have been depleted prematurely due to financial mismanagement. Advertisement By ALLAN OLINGO Advertisement In the headlines Where does money from the railway levy go? Utilisation of the fund has remained opaque, with even Auditor General being kept in the dark. Kenya's unrealistic revenue target sets stage for borrowing Kenya Revenue Authority has several times failed to meet its collection targets. Uganda meets WHO goal of tackling Hepatitis B More DRC refugees flee to Uganda Storm in Dar over Kenyan MP's 'hate' remarks Kenya-Somalia maritime case set for September EALA suspends budget debate after ministers skip session Egypt detains eight over 'coup plot'