Charles Kilonzo

Parties & Coalitions

Full name

Charles Mutavi Kilonzo

Born

8th July 1965

Post

10205-00100 Nairobi

Post

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

Email

ckilonzo@safaricom.blackberry.com

Email

ckilonzo@crystalvaluers.com

Email

yatta@parliament.go.ke

Link

Facebook

Telephone

0726875418

All parliamentary appearances

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  • 20 Apr 2006 in National Assembly: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir. view
  • 20 Apr 2006 in National Assembly: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir. view
  • 19 Apr 2006 in National Assembly: Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, the Minister promised Kenyans that he would April 19, 2006 PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES 515 open the Kenya Meat Commission (KMC). It is now four years since that promise was made. However, when the Government promised to re-open the New Kenya Co-operative Creameries, it did it almost immediately. Why is the Minister moving slowly in opening KMC? Those who are working on the site paint one iron sheet per day. At that rate, when will he ever open the place? view
  • 18 Apr 2006 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, I beg to ask the Minister for Education the following Question by Private Notice. (a) Is the Minister aware that Mbanda Salama Primary School, A/C No.166124090, has not received any money under the Free Primary Education Programme? (b) What is the Minister doing to ensure that the school receives its allocation? view
  • 18 Apr 2006 in National Assembly: Thank you, Mr. Speaker, Sir. On many occasions in my constituency and other constituencies, there seems to be a big problem of remittance of funds for the Free Primary Education Programme. Why does it have to take a whole year to get an error like that corrected? view
  • 18 Apr 2006 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, around September, 2005, I asked a similar Question about Masewani Primary School and I was given a similar answer to this one. I was told that the funds would be sent to the school the following day after I had asked the Question. However, todate, the same school has not received any money. Mr. Speaker, Sir, could the Assistant Minister tell us why that school has not received the money, and whether, indeed, Mbanda Salama Primary School will receive the money by tomorrow? April 18, 2006 PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES 471 view
  • 6 Apr 2006 in National Assembly: Yes, Mr. Speaker, Sir. That is the position. view
  • 6 Apr 2006 in National Assembly: to ask the Minister for Education:- (a) Is the Minister aware that Mbanda Salama Primary School, A/c No.166124090, has not received any money under free primary education programme? (b) What is the Minister doing to ensure that the school receives its allocation? view
  • 5 Apr 2006 in National Assembly: Thank you, Mr. Speaker, Sir. One of the problems we have with the Ministry of Health is lack of political will. One of the biggest problems is that the people who are meant to make decisions have an interest in the private sector in as far as provision of health services is concerned. This includes the Assistant Minister. What is the Ministry doing to ensure that either civil servants, be they doctors or officers in offices do not sabotage Government efforts to improve the facilities in Government hospitals? 372 PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES April 5, 2006 view
  • 4 Apr 2006 in National Assembly: Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, could the Assistant Minister tell us whether the Flying Squad, the Kanga Squad and the Rhino Squad are part of the Kenya Police Force and who are in charge of them? view
  • 29 Mar 2006 in National Assembly: Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, one of the reasons why we have a lot of drug trafficking in the country is because the Government does not vet would be investors. Anybody with money obtained from drug trafficking and wants to invest in this country, walks in free and invests it without the Government querying its source. What is the Government doing to ensure that they verify the source of money from foreign investors to ensure that it is not from this trade? view