Daniel Kipkogei Rono

Parties & Coalitions

All parliamentary appearances

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  • 12 Mar 2020 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, I beg to ask the Cabinet Secretary for Lands and Physical Planning the following Question: Could the Cabinet Secretary provide the status of the progress of processing of title deeds for the residents of Rokocho Changach Barak in Soy North, Keiyo South Constituency, Elgeyo Marakwet County? view
  • 11 Mar 2020 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Deputy Speaker. I rise to ask Question No.047/2020 which is directed to the Cabinet Secretary for Petroleum and Mining. This matter has been pending for long. (i) Could the Cabinet Secretary give the status of compensation of persons and organisations that surrendered land to Fluorspar Mining Company in 1974 to pave way for mining, indicating the total number of those that surrendered, those who have been paid, and those yet to be paid? (ii) Could the Cabinet Secretary indicate when the said individuals and organisations will be paid their compensation funds? (iii) Are there plans by the ... view
  • 11 Mar 2020 in National Assembly: Hon. Deputy Speaker, it is true many people have many names such as the likes of Sonko. Kamlesh, as you rightfully put, is a political name on the ground. So, I am normally called that on the ground and more particularly when I have money, Hon. Deputy Speaker. view
  • 11 Mar 2020 in National Assembly: Otherwise, when I do not have money, I am normally called by the usual name Rono. But when I am in between, I am called Maestro, the name of the company that I run. That is the position, Hon. Deputy Speaker. The electronic version of the Official Hansard Report is for information purposes only. Acertified version of this Report can be obtained from the Hansard Editor. view
  • 10 Mar 2020 in National Assembly: Hon. Temporary Deputy Chairman, I had proposals on the previous ones and that is why my request kept flipping. Otherwise, I was unhappy with the selfishness that it was shot down. I stand guided. view
  • 26 Feb 2020 in National Assembly: I thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker, for giving me this opportunity to support this Amendment Bill. I reiterate what the Member has just said about depoliticising the NYC and which our friend Hon. Keter has emphasised. The people taking up these positions for the youth should bear no political inclination because that is how we will get pure members. In fact, the way one comes to Parliament should be competitive so that you do not just come here because a certain political party says it wants you. They should go through some competitive processes so that the youth feel ... view
  • 26 Feb 2020 in National Assembly: The youth in Kenya are faced with a lot of challenges. These proposed amendments seek to give them the right leadership that will address the challenges they face, particularly unemployment. view
  • 26 Feb 2020 in National Assembly: As the Whip of the Majority Party stated, we do not expect a youth to have experience when he is looking for employment because he or she has just finished school. Where will he or she get the experience from? The youth are literally marginalised. By asking experience of them before you give them a job or needing them to have capital before you award them a tender, you are already marginalising them. When they want to further their education, their parents tell them that for them to get a second degree they need to fund themselves. Where will they ... view
  • 26 Feb 2020 in National Assembly: The youth should borrow a leaf from the women in the way they drive their agenda. We want the youth to drive their agenda with the spirit and energy of the ladies. The ladies always shout at the top of their voices about gender issues. We want to hear the youth also doing exactly the same. view
  • 26 Feb 2020 in National Assembly: Another issue, Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker, is the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI). They have told us that the youth agenda will be addressed. We hope and pray that it shall be so. I think it is already too political and I wonder whether they will address youth issues. I request and appeal to Hon. Keter, the Mover of the Motion, not to over rely much on the BBI. Let him drive his agenda the way he has been doing it. Let him effect the amendments he has proposed and let the youth be vibrant in fighting for their matters. view