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  • 12 Mar 2014 in National Assembly: Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker, after listening to the presentation of this Report by the Chairman of the Committee, I have just been asking myself: How many times have Kenyans listened to these kinds of reports? How many times have Kenyans heard The electronic version of the Official Hansard Report is for information purposesonly. A certified version of this Report can be obtained from the Hansard Editor. view
  • 12 Mar 2014 in National Assembly: the kind of recommendations which have been mentioned in these Reports? Has this become music to our ears?” view
  • 12 Mar 2014 in National Assembly: This is because looking back, even when I was in the university, I was keen on what was happening in this House in terms of reports by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC); I do realize that there are many recommendations. There are recommendations to do with pending bills, outstanding imprests--- view
  • 5 Mar 2014 in National Assembly: On a point of order, hon. Deputy Speaker. I would like to know whether the hon. Member is in order to mislead this House that his constituency is the worst in terms of poverty levels. Is it clearly documented that Kitui Central is actually the poorest in the country? I think he is misleading the House. view
  • 5 Mar 2014 in National Assembly: Thank you, hon. Speaker. view
  • 5 Mar 2014 in National Assembly: Thank you, hon. Speaker. I would like to plead with my colleagues not to personalise this Bill. I think as Members of Parliament, some of us have ambitions. If you look at those who might want to be governors in future and you look at this Bill The electronic version of the Official Hansard Report is for information purposesonly. A certified version of this Report can be obtained from the Hansard Editor. view
  • 5 Mar 2014 in National Assembly: using a “governor’s eye”, you will be biased in your contribution. Those who want to be senators in future and look at this Bill using a “Senator’s eye”, are likely to be biased. view
  • 5 Mar 2014 in National Assembly: So, I would plead with hon. Members that we look at this Bill from the eye of a Kenyan who has no political ambitions. If you look at this Bill from that eye, this is what I want to say: The way the Bill is worded currently, I will oppose it strongly. But if we make amendments, I might change my mind and this is what I am saying. I will support this Bill if it is amended. view
  • 5 Mar 2014 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, this Bill brings to the Table a very important forum for the counties in this country. If you go to the counties where we all come from, there is a lot of confusion in terms of how to move forward in terms of their development. The biggest problem is where you find that the Member of Parliament has gone to the wards. He has talked to the members of the public in terms of their priorities and the following week, the governor goes to the same wards asking for the same priorities. So, you find there is a ... view
  • 5 Mar 2014 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, that is why I am saying that there are things which can be done in this forum which are very important. These are things to do with strategic thinking so that as local leaders in a county, you can think strategically about what you need to do to make your county develop. A forum like that will be very important. view