Jared Odoyo Okelo

Parties & Coalitions

All parliamentary appearances

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  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: Thank you very much, Hon. Temporary Deputy Chairman. Basically, I do not see a big variance in these two arguments between the Leader of Majority emeritus and the current Leader of the Majority Party. However, it cures a real malady. Firstly, we are transiting from an Authority to a Service. If we do not, with certainty, decipher those issues, then it may be assumed that you have commissioners beginning a new term under a new Service. So, this needs to be specified categorically that it is a continuation of what has been in place, awaiting their exit. Basically, they will ... view
  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: On a point of order, Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker. view
  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker. Hon. Duale is a bit jittery. I also thank the Committee on Delegated Legislation headed by the serious, Hon. Kamket. Scrap metal industry has thrived for a long period of time and created employment opportunities to hundreds of thousands of our people. What we can do instead of killing this industry as has been done by the current Government is to ensure that we put enough measures in place to enable this business to thrive. When it thrives, our people thrive. The unilateral decision that was employed by the Government to apply brakes on ... view
  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: Whereas we acknowledge that these opportunities exist, we must also take cognisance of the fact that we must be responsible. That feeds into the responsibility that must be bestowed on those who carry out this business. I reckon that we have professional bodies that have managed to self-regulate and by that it gives the Government no reason to put its ugly head on their affairs. This therefore means that those who do this business must rise above board, must protect the interest of the business and must ensure that the clandestine damages of installations in the name of perpetuating a ... view
  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: the road signage which are constantly destroyed by the business community under this subset must stop. We need the signage to prevent accidents on the roads, especially in the Rift Valley. Those metals have been juicy to scrap metal dealers. They have to also go an extra mile to protect this business by not engaging in things that may make the Government stop it. I support the Report by the Committee on Delegated Legislation and thank you for the opportunity. view
  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker, I join my colleagues in thanking PIC for coming up with such a Report. It is startling with various revelations quite unknown to Kenyans. On the same breath, let me thank the Committee Chair, the indomitable outgoing MP of Mvita who is now poised, barring any providential intervention, to be the next Governor of Mombasa County. We are all in agreement that Mombasa is poised for real transformation with his position as the Governor of Mombasa. Delving into the agenda that is before us, it is quite puzzling how the Ministry of Energy operated, particularly in ... view
  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: I thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker. I was making reference to the startling revelation by the Committee on how money was being siphoned using Government agencies, with certain companies being registered abroad while the real owners are Kenyans who live here. It startles everybody how a project of this magnitude could have taken shape without the involvement of the Attorney-General. This should be notice to all State agencies and corporations. I want to give an early warning to them, now that Hon. Raila Odinga is going to be the president, that those kinds of activities will never ever be ... view
  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: Prime Minister, Rt. Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga. We landed at a school where you picked us from and took us to the venue where you had organised an event. I was humbled that you firstly prayed for us. Politicians and prayers are usually invariables. You prayed for us and it came from your heart, as I listened pensively to those prayers. Those same prayers that you said for us have pushed us to where we are today. You are aware that the numbers have started changing and the Prime Minister is now way ahead of the pack, courtesy of those ... view
  • 8 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: Thank you very much, Hon. Speaker. On behalf of the Chairperson, ole Kenta, and Members of the Select Committee on Implementation, I have two Papers to lay before the House. view
  • 8 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: I beg to lay the following Papers on the Table of the House: Sixth Report of the Select Committee on Implementation on its consideration of the submissions from stakeholders regarding implementation status of inquiries, petitions and resolutions passed by the House. Fifth Report of the Select Committee on Implementation on its consideration of the submission from stakeholders regarding implementation status of inquiries, petitions and resolutions passed by the House. Report on the Implementation Status of the Report of the Public Investments Committee on consideration of the Special Audit Report on procurement of pre-export verification of conformity (PVOC) to standard services ... view

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