James Nyikal

Parties & Coalitions


22nd June 1951







Dr. James Nyikal

Wanjiku's Best Representative - Health (National Assembly) - 2014

All parliamentary appearances

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  • 16 Nov 2022 in National Assembly: (Seme, ODM) view
  • 11 May 2022 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Speaker. I heard a bit of what Hon. Duale raised as I was coming in. It is about the Chairman of the Committee on the Assumption of Office of the next President. That is legitimate but what has subsequently been said by Hon. Ichung’wah has brought issues. You can guide on this but I do not think it is fair that someone can stand in this House, in full glare of the whole nation, and say or imply that he has reason to believe that there are some people in this country whose lives are in danger ... view
  • 11 May 2022 in National Assembly: why he would call the whole State to look at certain 46 people claiming that their lives are in danger. view
  • 11 May 2022 in National Assembly: Yes, aspirants. You claim that their lives are in danger. There are very many aspirants. Why pick the 46? That is raising temperatures unnecessarily. It borders on being disorderly. Standing Order No.107 can apply on this particular one. It is all in your hands, Hon. Speaker. Guide us so that when people are off the track, you let them know, as you sometimes do. That is not the point that was raised by Hon. Duale. Thank you, Hon. Speaker. view
  • 11 May 2022 in National Assembly: On a point of order, Hon. Speaker. view
  • 11 May 2022 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, I beg to seek your guidance. This is a very important Report that has been laid before us. The Report indicates that there is some large piece of land whose lease expired and there was an instruction that the lease should revert. There was a Petition to that effect. The recommendations are so serious that if they are implemented, we will actually sanction or even start the process of removing the Cabinet Secretary. Hon. Speaker, we seek your guidance. Given the information that has been given to us, the moving of the Motion itself, with due respect to ... view
  • 11 May 2022 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Deputy Speaker for giving me the opportunity to comment on this matter. I rise to support this Bill. The issues that Hon. Gikaria is addressing are real. The sections of the law that he is quoting are actually being abused. If you look at them keenly, you may find that they are against the Constitution. For example, you will find young people and women being accused of touting and hawking, yet we are supposed to be promoting a 24-hour economy. Whenever they are found late in the night trying to sell their things, they are arrested. The ... view
  • 11 May 2022 in National Assembly: Hon. Gikaria, I support this because if we look at it keenly, we may find that these things are restricting some rights in the Constitution, including freedom of movement, and freedom of association. If we, therefore, amend them, we shall be improving that part of the law to make it be in line with the Constitution as it is now. I support. view
  • 11 May 2022 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Chairlady. I support this amendment. By their nature, disasters are multi-sectoral. Many institutions get involved and are necessary. Therefore, coordination is extremely important and that is what this amendment does. view
  • 11 May 2022 in National Assembly: I support the two. The intersex issue is a big one. For a long time, however, it has been treated as a medical problem while the social implication is not taken care of, that even if you go to their documents, people would not know whether they are male or female. Many times, they miss in the early stages of life; after birth, and when we start to realise that, it will go a long way in supporting these children. view


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