William Kamuren Chirchir Chepkut

Parties & Coalitions

Capt. William Kamuren Chirchir Chepkut

All parliamentary appearances

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  • 8 Aug 2019 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker. I rise to support the Sectional Properties Bill, 2019. In fact, this will be a solution in my constituency where there was urban-rural migration. Munyaka was owned by one person and then it was divided into units and since independence the owners have not received their title deeds. Munyaka is now overwhelmed in terms of water and sanitation. This Bill seeks to provide for the division of buildings into units to be owned by individual proprietors and common property to be owned by proprietors of the units as to tenants in common, and to ... view
  • 8 Aug 2019 in National Assembly: I met His Excellency the President since he is very keen on the four pillars, and especially housing. I told him about Munyaka which has over 15,000 people and they voted me in the elections. I want to make sure they get their title deeds to use as collateral to get loans. At the same time there are Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) who were settled in Chemosha and up to now, they have not been given title deeds. The Chairperson Hon. Rachael is a great person together with the Committee. I also wish to thank and appreciate in totality the ... view
  • 8 Aug 2019 in National Assembly: Washiali. He is a great person. Anyway, I am not here to praise him, but to tell the truth. In fact, I have deposited him in my heart, and so he should not worry. This brings sanity and responsibility to unit owners. The Bill also provides for registration of the sectional plans approved by the county government. In the law of contract, there are agreements, consideration and execution. A purchaser and vendor must be there to enter into an agreement. Land appreciates but motor vehicles depreciate. The merits of the Bill are as follows. First, this Bill seeks to simplify ... view
  • 8 Aug 2019 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker. I was a gazetted officer of the Republic of Kenya under the Provincial Administration. When Hon. (Dr.) Nyikal was the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Gender, I was there. He is now a Member of Parliament for Seme. view
  • 8 Aug 2019 in National Assembly: Correct. Thank you. view
  • 7 Aug 2019 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Chairlady. I rise to oppose this amendment in the strongest terms possible. Statistics are meant for planning purposes and hence are de facto . Statistics are meant for both population and housing and, indeed, this is an international practice. Therefore, I oppose. view
  • 7 Aug 2019 in National Assembly: Thank you and May God bless you as we deliberate this serious issue. view
  • 6 Aug 2019 in National Assembly: Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker, this is a serious amendment Bill. I am urging leaders in Garissa County to start planting trees because your forest cover is below 1.7 percent. It was 10 per cent at Independence. We want a sound legal framework to be put in place. Kenya is known by experts that we are number one in the world in drafting policies, but implementation is a big problem. The electronic version of the Official Hansard Report is for information purposes only. Acertified version of this Report can be obtained from the Hansard Editor. view
  • 6 Aug 2019 in National Assembly: At Independence, the greatest three problems were diseases, ignorance and poverty. We have gone to school and acquired both education and skills. The great Nelson Mandela once said education is the most powerful weapon which can be used to change the whole world. In other words, it is indeed a socio-economic equaliser between the rich and the poor. view
  • 6 Aug 2019 in National Assembly: I brought a motion on compulsory planting of trees in all learning institutions and individual households so that we can increase our forest cover. I want us to be serious especially my county of Uasin Gishu. When it comes to maize, we are the bread basket of this country. At the same time maize is a commercial crop. I am urging the Government to come up with incentives and policies to encourage and motivate our farmers so that instead of importing maize, we plant our own. The importance of trees is that they bring rainfall, shade, cover and prevent pollution ... view