Isaac Waihenya Ndirangu

Parties & Coalitions








All parliamentary appearances

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  • 24 Sep 2020 in National Assembly: On a point of order, Hon. Speaker. view
  • 24 Sep 2020 in National Assembly: Now that it appears all Members contributing are in agreement that the officers are prudent and diligent, may it please you to invoke Standing Order No.95 to invite the Mover to reply? The electronic version of the Official Hansard Report is for information purposesonly. A certified version of this Report can be obtained from the Hansard Editor. view
  • 24 Sep 2020 in National Assembly: Thank you, Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker. I beg to second. Sorry, I mean Madam Temporary Deputy Speaker. view
  • 15 Sep 2020 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Speaker. Allow me appreciate my Chair for moving the Bill very ably. I rise to second the Public Finance Management (Amendment) Bill, Senate Bill No. 3 of 2019 in the Second Reading. Hon. Speaker, this Bill is developed in line with Section 12 which mandates the National Treasury to design and prescribe efficient financial management systems for the national and county governments to ensure that there is transparency and accountability in the financial management and standard financial reporting as intended in the Constitution, Article 226. The revenue collection system will eliminate revenue leakages at the counties occasioned ... view
  • 15 Sep 2020 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, it is now almost eight years since the coming into force of county governments., yet they have not standardised their revenue collection systems. In most counties, there exist no guidelines to assist them to determine appropriate administrative arrangements for revenue collection and management. A number of counties have adopted structures which undermine control by their treasuries leading to poor coordination. view
  • 15 Sep 2020 in National Assembly: There have been complaints in the country on the levies paid. For example, if you are moving goods from Nakuru to Mombasa by road, you might pay levies in all the counties along the way. By the time your product reaches the Port of Mombasa, you will not make any profit. In addition, there has been numerous concerns from business people that some county governments levy haphazardly. Some of which are in breach of Article 209 of the Constitution, including inhibiting international protocols and agreements intended to ease regional and inter-county trade. view
  • 15 Sep 2020 in National Assembly: This Bill intends to amend the PFM Act No.8 of 2012 and ensures that a county government revenue collection system is developed by the Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury in consultation with the Council of Governors (CoG), Commission on Revenue Allocation (CRA) and the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) and implemented by county treasuries. The system, once developed, will have certain features which will ensure own revenue resource collection is transparent, accountable, simple and easy to report. view
  • 15 Sep 2020 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, I wish to second the Bill. Thank you. view
  • 12 Aug 2020 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker. Perhaps for the benefit of our Public Accounts Committee (PAC) Chairman, I would request him to read the recommendations of the Report which indicated that the Committee on Lands recommends that the former workers in this farm be issued with title deeds and all the public utilities in the property for building schools and markets also be issued with the title deeds. So, briefly, the dispute involving LR5875/2 revolves around Roysambu or the Royal Suburbs where Jewish settlers and soldiers of the Second World War were settled. In this particular case, one Jacob Samuels ... view
  • 12 Aug 2020 in National Assembly: brothers inherited the parcel of land, continued with the same business and same workers, but had a lot of arrears. In 1986, the Government, through the Ministry of Lands, sought to acquire by compulsory acquisition this parcel of land, but the owners, Mishmael Jacobson, refused the offer because the Government was offering Kshs3.5 Million. He went to court and the court awarded him Kshs23 Million. It is recorded from all Government departments that until today, he has never been paid even the deposit of Kshs3.5 Million that is alleged to have been paid to the court and never found its ... view