Gideon Ndambuki

Full name

Gideon Musyoka Ndambuki

Born

17th July 1947

Post

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

Post

P.O. Box 13828 Nairobi

Email

gndambuki@wananchi.com

Email

g.ndambuki@yahoo.com

Email

kaiti@parliament.go.ke

Telephone

0734758567

Telephone

0734573908

Telephone

0722716033

Telephone

0720-384553

All parliamentary appearances

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  • 10 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, I regret the absence of the Minister. Considering where we were last evening - or is it early this morning - I want to urge the Member for Wajir South, who is actually my party member, to appreciate the particular circumstances and, maybe, adjourn this Question sine die . view
  • 10 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, again, I want to ask for the indulgence of my good friend, Member for Vihiga. Indeed, last night many Ministers thought the House adjourned and that is why many of them are not around. Could this also be stood over, generally? view
  • 10 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, indeed, this is a straightforward Question. Candidates sat for exams and all they want are their certificates. I will undertake to have those certificates delivered. view
  • 10 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, this being a Thursday afternoon, indeed, I should have been ready with one Statement myself. I, however, propose, with your permission, that while dealing with the next Order, I will deal with this matter conclusively. For now, I seek the indulgence of the Chair that the Leader of Government Business be exempted from making a statement now because it will be superfluous in the light of the Order Paper. view
  • 10 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, I beg to move:- THAT, this House do adjourn sine die . Mr. Speaker, Sir, it has been one enormous experience and I want to prefix my remarks by jointing my colleagues in congratulating you for a job very well done. Let me yet again place on record my deepest appreciation for your excellent leadership of the deliberations of this august House and at a personal level, thank hon. colleagues and hon. Members of the Tenth Parliament for having done so incredibly well that as we take our final bow today, I think we will do so ... view
  • 10 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, I thank you for this opportunity to support this Motion. First and foremost, I would like to thank hon. Members. For the last five years, I have been the Chairman of the National Prayer Breakfast. Every time, I would call Members and they have been really helpful and supportive. I thank them and ask those who are vying to come back to this House to continue with the habit of having such a fellowship. That is because it encourages Members from other countries to visit us. It is also another way of selling this country. ... view
  • 10 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: and its readiness is being awaited so that it can be harvested. Since we are going to have a bumper harvest, especially in Eastern Province, the issue of aflatoxin needs to be addressed by the authorities before people start to harvest. It is true that we are now going for campaigns. I want to take this opportunity to wish all the hon. Members, depending on the seats they will be vying for, victory so that they can come back here and we continue building this nation. This is my 15th year in Parliament. I can assure Members of this House ... view
  • 10 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, it is appropriate that all of us have said “thank you” to God for He has been faithful and gracious to all of us, Members of the Tenth Parliament. I want to congratulate my friends for paying tribute to the leadership of this country. Specific mention has been made of the Vice-President and Minister Home Affairs, and I cannot take that for granted. Some of the words, like those of my friend, hon. John Mututho, were truly touching. The little things that we do sometimes do not mean much, but I think others do observe. ... view
  • 9 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, I beg to move that Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair. Mr. Speaker, Sir, in moving the Motion, I associate myself fully with the congratulatory sentiments that my colleagues have expressed with regard to your particularly outstanding performance as our Speaker during the Tenth Parliament. We wish you well. I know that we have not had the last of you. With those remarks, I beg to move and ask hon. Kimunya to second the Motion. view
  • 9 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, I beg to move that the Committee of the Whole House has considered the Report of the Procedure and House Rules Committee on the proposed Standing Orders for the Senate and National Assembly and Joint Rules and approved the same with amendments. view