Farah Maalim

Full name

Farah Maalim Mohamed

Born

1966

Post

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

Email

cna@parliament.go.ke

Email

lagdera@parliament.go.ke

Telephone

+254 20 2221291

All parliamentary appearances

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  • 9 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, I also want to add my voice to this debate. Whatever panel dealt with this, needs to be investigated itself on integrity. It must be investigated on integrity because Mr. Mbarak Said Twahir has allegations of embezzlement of funds for World Bank funded Kenya Education Sector Support Programme at the Ministry of Education. I happen to know this person. I happen to know the case that was put against him. The case did not have any ground; so it was dismissed. It is not in court. Here it says that the case was taken up ... view
  • 9 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, I also want to add my voice to this matter. I have gone through the records of the Commissioners and established that view
  • 9 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, I corrected it myself by saying that Cleopas is not invalid. The person who is disabled is Fredrick Haga Ochieng. Cleopas also has a good history. view
  • 19 Dec 2012 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, I also want to join my colleagues, because I had the pleasure of serving with His Exellency the President in the Seventh Parliament. He was very much a mentor along with the late Mr. Sagini and the late Jaramogi Odinga. They had a lot of influence on our political thought and patriotism. When we came out as a radical Opposition of young people, who were prepared to tackle the system, I really appreciated the way he respected the law, the Standing Orders, the Constitution and he calmed the young radicals and asked them not to break the ... view
  • 22 Nov 2012 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, as a matter of fact, I was a very sad man yesterday and the last couple of days. I am even sadder now because what is being done now and the manner in which this Statement has been handled by the Government reminds me exactly of the way the Government handled the Wagalla Incident in 1984. To straightaway look us in the eyes and mislead the nation---. Not only did the KDF kill, maim, torture, rob, pillage and burn the people of Garissa Town, but now it is even worse when the very leadership is coming out ... view
  • 22 Nov 2012 in National Assembly: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker, Sir. view
  • 22 Nov 2012 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, our forces in Somalia lost about 30 lives, some of them in combat. However, they never went out there to go and kill the innocent civilians of Somalia. They looked for the terrorists. Just because they are emotive and their colleagues were killed, does not mean that they should kill any other person unless they have decided to do so. Is the Assistant Minister in order, on one hand, to say that the two officers who did not die on the spot did not want to fight back because they were avoiding collateral damage and on the ... view
  • 22 Nov 2012 in National Assembly: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker, Sir. Unfortunately my predecessor in the Office of the Deputy Speaker is acting in a manner that I have never thought he would act. Is it in order, hon. Musila, for you on one hand to say that there was no authorisation given to the deployment for this operation and on the other hand come say that the Provincial Security Intelligence Committee did sit, as the civilian body, and decided that this was an operation which had to be undertaken? Could he also table the letter from the Provincial Security Intelligence Committee here ... view
  • 22 Nov 2012 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, I actually have a problem in that the Assistant Minister has said one thing and then another thing. He talks of spontaneity and a letter from the Provincial Security Committee, which I hope he can table in the House. He has talked about the hot pursuit of the terrorists in Bula Mzuri and yet, Bula Mzuri is not inside the town but outside the town. I think it is a very open case. Did the officers manage to arrest, kill or maim any of those terrorists that they were in hot pursuit of? How did they lose ... view
  • 20 Nov 2012 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, whereas I want to agree with you in conforming to the provisions of the Standing Orders, indeed, nobody else was in Garissa Town when all the operation was being carried out. The town was dead; people were in their houses. The only people who were raining this carnage in the town were members of the KDF. Nonetheless, I agree with you. view

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