Aisha Jumwa Katana

Parties & Coalitions






All parliamentary appearances

Entries 1 to 10 of 51.

  • 1 Oct 2019 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Speaker. Pursuant to the provisions of Standing Order 43(1), I wish to request for a Statement regarding the Likoni Ferry tragedy that occurred on 29th September, 2019. view
  • 1 Oct 2019 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, it is very disturbing that a vehicle rolled off the ferry and 72 hours later, neither its occupants nor the vehicle have been recovered. Sadly, there appears to be very slow action by the Kenya Ferry Services, the Kenya Navy, the Kenya Coast Guard Services, Kenya Ports Authority and other related Government agencies in the search and rescue efforts. view
  • 1 Oct 2019 in National Assembly: There is need to expedite response and rescue activities, including streamlining the general management of disasters. I further wish to express my displeasure at the slow, uncoordinated actions undertaken by the concerned government agencies and wish to compel them to fast-track their efforts in a bid to improve the safety of all ferry passengers in our water channels. view
  • 1 Oct 2019 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Speaker. view
  • 1 Oct 2019 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker. Noting that my colleague, the Member for Likoni, Hon. Mishi Mboko, will also be moving an Adjournment Motion on the same matter tomorrow afternoon, I wish to request the House to allow me to defer my comments on the Zero Hour Statement to tomorrow during the Adjournment Motion. view
  • 5 Mar 2019 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Speaker. Pursuant to Standing Order No. 84, I wish to make a Personal Statement regarding the purported discharge by my party; the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) for allegedly being disloyal. The ODM party, which I am a member of, has enjoyed fanatic following in Malindi and the larger Coast Region, thanks to the party’s people-centred leadership and precepts of democracy. One of our greatest sons of the Coast Region, Hon. Ronald Ngala was elected in the Legislative Council in 1957. He unified not only people from the Coast Region but the whole The electronic version of the ... view
  • 5 Mar 2019 in National Assembly: nation at large. He overcame political party barriers in his quest to ensure this nation remains one and indivisible. I pay tribute to him. Chapter 4 of the Constitution provides for rights and fundamental freedoms, including freedom of speech and freedom of association. Freedom means one can express himself/ herself without victimisation, freedom to have a divergent opinion within a party and have that opinion respected without being condemned. Let it be on record that Hon. Aisha Jumwa supported the handshake spearheaded by His Excellency the President of the Republic of Kenya, Hon. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, and Hon. Raila Amollo ... view
  • 13 Nov 2018 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, my Question is directed to the Cabinet Secretary for Interior and Coordination of National Government. What measures has the Ministry taken to ensure that one Pastor Paul Mackenzie of Good News International Ministries in Malindi Town is stopped from preaching against children going to school, seeking medical care and acquiring IDs, voters cards, birth certificates among other crucial national documents, contrary to Articles 43 and 53 of the Constitution of Kenya? Thank you, Hon. Speaker. view
  • 25 Jul 2018 in National Assembly: (Malindi, ODM) view
  • 11 Apr 2018 in National Assembly: I am here. view