Charles Kanyi Njagua

Parties & Coalitions

All parliamentary appearances

Entries 11 to 20 of 141.

  • 25 Jul 2023 in National Assembly: I had read it. view
  • 6 Jul 2023 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Speaker for giving me an opportunity to speak on the Consolidated Fund Service Expenditures Report, which I support. As a country, it is high time we discussed the issue of public debt and the borrowing done by the Government. It seems lazy to think that an economy can only be driven through two ways - either borrowing or taxing the people. I think the Government is being too lazy in its thinking because we cannot have two models as choices to drive our economy. An economy can be driven through other models like production, consumption, investment ... view
  • 6 Jul 2023 in National Assembly: Hon. Temporary Speaker, we have very qualified economists in this country who should be used to solicit for cheaper loans. We borrow loans at high interest rates - a mistake which will eventually catch up with us. We have seen what is happening in other countries. People who lent money to certain countries have taken over some serious institutions belonging to those republics. In some countries, sea ports and airports have been taken over by foreigners who lent those countries some money. It is just a matter of time before our foreign debt catches up with us, as a country. ... view
  • 20 Apr 2023 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Speaker for giving me this chance to make my maiden speech this month, and the opportunity to contribute to this debate on sexual harassment in Kericho. I think this issue does not just affect the people in Kericho, but one that cuts across board. In my constituency, I have two wards that have a huge population in the ghettos and the issue of sexual harassment is very rampant. I find it a point of concern that people have developed very shady and scanty mechanisms of dealing with these issues that make it difficult for some of ... view
  • 20 Apr 2023 in National Assembly: I feel I have the responsibility to protect other women who are going through the same as they bring up their children singlehandedly. It is time this Parliament acted in very stern words and actions so that we can address the issue of sexual harassment once and for all. There is also cyber bullying that has happened to one of the leaders of this country through a video circulating in social media. It is time this Parliament amended laws to be in tandem with current technology. This is because issues of cyber bullying tend not to have any backlash from ... view
  • 13 Apr 2023 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Speaker for giving me this opportunity. As a Member of the Jubilee Party, I want to stand with Hon. Sabina Chege and defend her position as the Deputy Minority Whip. view
  • 13 Apr 2023 in National Assembly: We have been in Azimio Coalition for far too long and the harassment – as it has been explained – has become too much. Azimio has suffocated our space. We talk of democracy but there is no democracy on that side of the divide. It is high time we were recognised as a parliamentary party with our positions and rights. We seek your indulgence to protect our rights. We have seen a letter doing round that they want to remove us from some committees. We delivered for the Azimio Coalition and some of the people being persecuted like Hon. Sabina ... view
  • 13 Apr 2023 in National Assembly: Right now, Azimio is talking of choices having consequences. Hon. Sabina made her choice to support the Azimio Coalition and she paid for the consequences. She cannot continue being intimidated and persecuted every other time. We are setting a very bad precedent. We were not invited to the purported meeting that happened and Azimio Coalition cannot purport to be deciding for us. Azimio says that it already has a name of a Jubilee Member of Parliament to replace Hon. Sabina, but we were not consulted about the name as Jubilee Party. We cannot continue to accept this manner of indulgence ... view
  • 21 Mar 2023 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, I rise to ask the Cabinet Secretary for Interior and National Administration the following Question: view
  • 21 Mar 2023 in National Assembly: Could the Cabinet Secretary— (a) Explain the circumstances under which the National Police Service unfairly terminated the service of Sergeant Suleiman Bilali Wanjau aka “Selle” of Service No.72242/97046796, a celebrated Kenyan Boxer, who won 12 medals for the country—among them two gold medals— and confiscated his personal belongings, yet the officer had been undergoing medication and rehabilitation from mental illness at the time? (b) Outline the steps, if any, that have been taken to support Mr Selle in order to assist him to fully recover and resume duties, including catering for his treatment and psychosocial support for mental illness suffered ... view


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