Francis Nyamu Kagwima

Born

1st January 1952

Post

P.O. Box 55327, Nairobi, Kenya

Email

franciskagwima@yahoo.com

Telephone

0725333552

Telephone

0722908116

Telephone

0733854277

All parliamentary appearances

Entries 151 to 156 of 156.

  • 23 Mar 2006 in National Assembly: On a point of order, Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir. Is the hon. Member in order to condemn tribalism on one hand and preach it on the other? view
  • 23 Mar 2006 in National Assembly: Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, for example, who is bigger; a Vice-Chancellor or a Minister? The Mt. Kenya region lost three Ministers the other day! Why has he not complained of the same? view
  • 23 Mar 2006 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, I want to join my colleagues in 88 PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES 23 March, 2006 congratulating His Excellency the President for a well presented Speech during the State Opening of Parliament. I hope that hon. Members took interest in the two Speeches. The first one was by His Excellency the President and the second one was a challenge by the Speaker of this House. We should talk as leaders of this country. We should also talk as Members of one National Assembly for the welfare of society and just Government of men. view
  • 23 Mar 2006 in National Assembly: Yes! Women included! In any case, when you say women, you have the word "men" still included in that spelling. view
  • 23 Mar 2006 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, that was with a light touch. I am not in any contest with my colleagues. But having listened to those two leaders, I am excited and inspired to ask my colleagues to take the Speeches very seriously and practise what we were told. We need unity so that we can develop our country to higher heights. Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, when you have a Minister appointed from a certain region and then the flag flies just around that region, serving the people from that small area, that is not what we want. The flag ... view
  • 23 Mar 2006 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, that is why I am saying that we need to join hands and fight poverty so that we have a united Kenya with sound policies in agriculture and other areas. We should revive those sectors that used to enhance the strength of our economy. I just picked on coffee simply because I served in that sector in those days when coffee was doing well. Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, we now have tea and what we read about it is not very encouraging either. At times we hear that the prices of tea have gone ... view