George Thuo

Parties & Coalitions

  • Not a member of any parties or coalitions

Born

14th February 1967

Email

gthuo@parliament.go.ke

Email

info@georgethuo.com

Telephone

0721561555

Telephone

(020) 315959

All parliamentary appearances

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  • 15 Apr 2010 in National Assembly: Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, I would like to seek some quick clarifications. Currently, even as it has a caveat, in whose name does the title deed stand as we speak? view
  • 15 Apr 2010 in National Assembly: Secondly, I am not too sure about the list. Ms. Karua mentioned it. My understanding was the first initial sale to Galaxy was prior to the extension of the lease. If I am wrong, then I would like to know when it happened. If am right, it then means that at the point of paying a whooping Kshs140 million, they were aware that the lease would expire in a couple of years and, therefore, they had enough time to recoup their investment. Is it normal to buy on the basis of speculation and, therefore, buy knowing that you have already ... view
  • 15 Apr 2010 in National Assembly: Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, I beg to move:- THAT, notwithstanding the provisions of Standing Order 20(2) this House resolves that the Sitting Time of the House this afternoon be extended from 6.30 p.m. until conclusion of business appearing on the Order Paper. Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, we seek this because, as you can see from the Order Paper, we have quite a number of Motions that are outstanding. Given the time that we have and the desire that was expressed in the House Business Committee (HBC) to actually adjourn the House to a day other than the next normal sitting ... view
  • 15 Apr 2010 in National Assembly: Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, I beg to move:- THAT, pursuant to the provision of Standing Order 107, this House resolves that the Publication Period of the Supplementary Appropriation Bill be reduced from seven to three days. view
  • 15 Apr 2010 in National Assembly: Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, I wish to reassure hon. Members that this Procedural Motion that we move with a lot of reluctance, but it is necessary under the circumstances. As I explained earlier, we are looking forward to taking a break later tonight; a very much deserved break. This has been done purely to facilitate our being able to pass the Appropriation Bill before we do so. view
  • 15 Apr 2010 in National Assembly: Hon. Members will recall that subsequent to our adjourning tonight, the next time we report here on the 8th June, we will be looking forward to debating the Budget for the next financial year. So, it is important for this Supplementary Appropriation Bill to be approved and finalized by this House. So, this Motion is specifically to facilitate that process. view
  • 15 Apr 2010 in National Assembly: Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, with those few words, I beg to forward and ask hon. Nkaissery to second me. view
  • 1 Apr 2010 in National Assembly: Thank you, Mr. Speaker, Sir. In seconding this Motion, I wish, in addition to what Mr. Midiwo has said, to remind hon. Members that even if we wanted to wind up by 6.30 p.m. having presented the Order Paper with all the proposed amendments, unless hon. Members willfully withdraw all of them, even the mere fact of putting them through Guillotine will not allow us to finish by 6.30 p.m. Since we must view
  • 1 Apr 2010 in National Assembly: not act in breach of our own rules, I request hon. Members that we give ourselves extra time. I know that even if we go through every proposed amendment through Guillotine we still cannot make it by 11.00 p.m., but it gives us time to talk to our colleagues so that some of the amendments get withdrawn eventually. This will also allow us to move with speed. view
  • 1 Apr 2010 in National Assembly: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker, Sir. Would I be in order to ask why my colleague is debating the issue of amendments when we have made it clear that the purpose of seeking an extension of time is not to amend this Draft Constitution? Even if we apply the Guillotine procedure, the process of moving the amendments, having them seconded and ringing the Division Bell for four minutes, also requires time. Given the number of amendments that we have here, we need that time not only to dispose of them, but to also lobby our colleagues to do ... view