Amos Kimunya

Parties & Coalitions

Full name

Amos Muhinga Kimunya

Born

6th March 1962

Post

Parliament Buildings
Parliament Rd.
P.O Box 41842 – 00100
Nairobi, Kenya

Post

P. O. Box 52530 00200 Nairobi

Email

akimunya@kenya.go.ke

Email

kipipiri@wananchi.com

Email

kipipiri@parliament.go.ke

Telephone

0722520936

Telephone

0734518801

Telephone

0722518801

Telephone

020 310982

Amos Kimunya

Majority Leader of the National Assembly from June 2020.

All parliamentary appearances

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  • 26 Nov 2020 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, pursuant to the provisions of Standing Order No. 44(2)(a), I rise to give the following Statement on behalf of the House Business Committee, which met on Tuesday, 24th November 2020 to prioritise business for consideration: On Tuesday next week, the following business has been prioritised for consideration: (a) Consideration of certain business received during the month of December 2020 to January 2021 recess period. (b) A Motion on the exemption of business from the provisions of Standing Order Nos. 141, 227(1) and 256(A) to save Bills from lapsing pursuant to Standing Order No. 141 and provide for an ... view
  • 26 Nov 2020 in National Assembly: The House Business Committee will reconvene on Tuesday, 1st December 2020, to schedule business for the coming week, which is the last week of the Fourth Session of the 12th Parliament. I now wish to lay this Statement on the Table of the House and thank you. view
  • 26 Nov 2020 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker. I rise to support the Report of the Committee and commend them for a job well done. When we look at the full Report and the annexures, we appreciate the depth of the inquiry. view
  • 26 Nov 2020 in National Assembly: We all know that the UN in its report on COVID-19 and human development perspectives referred to this pandemic as a human development crisis. The World Health Organisation declared the virus a global pandemic. Echoing the statements of these two reputable organisations, I wish to state that this pandemic is perhaps the worst to hit our generation. We were not there in 1918 but we have seen the impact on a global scale. When you look at the number of people who are affected directly by the disease, affected because they have somebody they care for or affected by fatalities, ... view
  • 26 Nov 2020 in National Assembly: When the outbreak came into our country in March 2020, I am aware that a number of far reaching measures were put in place, some of which continue up to date. As much as we may downplay some of those measures, if they had not been put in place, the fatalities and infection rate we see now would have perhaps been in multiples. view
  • 26 Nov 2020 in National Assembly: The Government established the National Emergency Committee on 27th of February 2020 which was mandated to ensure that concerted efforts and response are put in place towards this pandemic. At this point, as we condemn what is happening and say what the Committee should have done, I would like to look at, first of all, the work of the response committee because they have been coordinating these efforts and the work and efforts of our frontline workers. I know they have suffered fatalities as they save lives. Basically, they risk their lives to save lives. But because they are coordinated ... view
  • 26 Nov 2020 in National Assembly: Despite the health protocols, social distancing measures and directives that were put in place, the Government also allocated Kshs26 billion through this House. Part of that money is what the Committee has been looking at in terms of what happened to it. Development partners 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
  • 26 Nov 2020 in National Assembly: also put in their money, including Jack Ma’s Foundation’s kits that we now know some of it is yet to be traced. I did not expect the Committee would have been turned to detectives overnight to go looking for where it disappeared to. At least, the Committee has highlighted that matter for further investigation. It is unfortunate, obviously, that even as the Government, this House, Kenyans and the international community have made efforts to contain the pandemic including the private sector, which has donated quite a bit of their money to contain the effects of COVID-19 and offer support, the ... view
  • 26 Nov 2020 in National Assembly: Loss and misuse of public funds is not unusual in Kenya, but it is disastrous and ought to be condemned in the strongest terms possible. As Members have highlighted here, it is even worse when these funds that are potentially lost would have saved lives. I have read the Report and I have not seen where they say that money has been lost, money may have been misused or there is no evidence yet to suggest that money was properly used until we get these investigations completed. I thank the Committee for wording their Report in a professional way. They ... view
  • 26 Nov 2020 in National Assembly: You may recall and it has been highlighted here that His Excellency the President, Uhuru Kenyatta, directed that investigations be done and a report on the expenditure of the COVID-19 Fund is prepared. I am glad the Committee has reinforced this call and I believe that even when we receive the report from Public Investments Committee and the report of the Senate Committee and all other committees that are looking at this, the message will be the same. Let us have this investigation expedited. That is what we needed to get, so that we do not look at newspaper headlines ... view