Ahmed Abdisalan Ibrahim

Parties & Coalitions

All parliamentary appearances

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  • 4 Dec 2019 in National Assembly: On a point of order, Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker. view
  • 4 Dec 2019 in National Assembly: Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker, I rise under Standing Order 95. Going by the mood of the House, I request that the Mover be called upon to reply. view
  • 4 Dec 2019 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker. I rise to second this Motion. The PIC’s inquiry into the safety of ferries operated by the Kenya Ferry Services started from an audit query raised by the Auditor-General on the audited accounts of State Corporations for the Financial Year 2016/2017. In his Report, the Auditor-General raised that the pulleys on most ferries were defective causing the prowls to be submerged in water. This has exposed vehicles and passengers on the ferries to a dangerous state. The Auditor-General further observed that the high docking for most ferries was not done on time as scheduled ... view
  • 27 Nov 2019 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, I also rise to support this Motion. I think this is deliberate negligence by the Executive. The Executive ought to have put all the required measures in place to ensure that an Auditor-General is appointed and his name submitted to Parliament for approval. It is unfortunate that to date, no action has been taken. Besides the CBK, other entities like the Capital Markets Authority (CMA), the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC), Kenya Power and Lighting Company, KenGen, East Africa Portland Cement and other institutions are required by 30th September 2019 to submit audited reports. However, this cannot be ... view
  • 27 Nov 2019 in National Assembly: Section 90 of the PFM Act Cap 412(c) provides that Parliament may extend the time limit. It says: “Any House of Parliament may, by resolution, extend the time limit other than a time set in the Constitution for submitting a statement or other document required to be submitted under this Act.” It is in this view that we will request an extension of this period. I am aware that the Public Finance Management (PFM) Act No.34 of 2015 ought to be amended to provide for succession management in instances where there is a vacancy in the Office of the Auditor-General. ... view
  • 18 Sep 2019 in National Assembly: (Wajir North, ODM) seconded. view
  • 7 Aug 2019 in National Assembly: Indeed, I had strongly protested. As advised by my leader, let me proceed with supporting the amendment. That is okay. Hon. Temporary Deputy Chairlady, I strongly support this amendment. Indeed, as it is, it was dangerous. The Director-General is responsible for the management of these statistics. He is responsible for the collection of data. He is the person in charge of all the activities, including administration of funds. In the event any mistake is committed in the process of collecting data, it is the Director-General who has made the mistake. That way, he should not be the one to cancel ... view
  • 7 Aug 2019 in National Assembly: Indeed, I had strongly protested. As advised by my leader, let me proceed with supporting the amendment. That is okay. Hon. Temporary Deputy Chairlady, I strongly support this amendment. Indeed, as it is, it was dangerous. The Director-General is responsible for the management of these statistics. He is responsible for the collection of data. He is the person in charge of all the activities, including administration of funds. In the event any mistake is committed in the process of collecting data, it is the Director-General who has made the mistake. That way, he should not be the one to cancel ... view
  • 6 Aug 2019 in National Assembly: Hon. Deputy Speaker, I join my colleagues in supporting the Statistics (Amendment) Bill. Contrary to what was happening in the past, we have now gone paperless. The census will be conducted using tablets. That way, we will have verified figures coming from the grassroots levels. Once the census has been conducted, it will not be fair to allow any party, regardless of their position, to interfere with the already collected figures from the ground. Indeed, this is the right time we are deliberating this issue because in the next one month, we will be in our constituencies to be counted ... view
  • 6 Aug 2019 in National Assembly: Hon. Deputy Speaker, I join my colleagues in supporting the Statistics (Amendment) Bill. Contrary to what was happening in the past, we have now gone paperless. The census will be conducted using tablets. That way, we will have verified figures coming from the grassroots levels. Once the census has been conducted, it will not be fair to allow any party, regardless of their position, to interfere with the already collected figures from the ground. Indeed, this is the right time we are deliberating this issue because in the next one month, we will be in our constituencies to be counted ... view