Jeremiah Ng'ayu Kioni

Parties & Coalitions

All parliamentary appearances

Entries 1 to 10 of 41.

  • 13 Jun 2018 in National Assembly: I just want clarification because we want to make a decision. We have just been informed that the answer may be coming from Commissioner Keynan. He is seated here. Why would he not just tell us the truth? He should tell us the truth and nothing but the truth. view
  • 13 Jun 2018 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Chairman. I just want to say that I support this Vote and also ask that the Judiciary should consider setting up a High Court in Nyahururu in the planning of things in the coming days. It will be beneficial to both your County of Laikipia and Nyandarua. All that area is really wanting in terms of access to justice and the High Court. view
  • 13 Jun 2018 in National Assembly: As you consider putting the Question, I support this. Let us remember that this is a commission that we put in the Constitution. While we should demand more from them, we should also desist from issuing threats from here. In so doing, we do not allow them to get morale. I hear and agree with Members that we need to see more from the EACC. I support them. We need to help them improve instead of threatening them with dissolution. It is not useful for this country. view
  • 13 Jun 2018 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Chairman. Even as we agree that this Kshs800 million is far below what is provided for by the Constitution, I support this but it is also good to go on record to say that we have a Registrar who is acting for the longest time ever and who has reduced this agency to kind of an undertaker. It was created to ensure that we grow political parties, not shrinking them, not kill them. I do not think we are achieving what we intended to achieve by providing for these funds and also providing for these ... view
  • 13 Jun 2018 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Chairman. I support this allocation but also state that this is one of the commissions whose expectations have fallen. Its performance has fallen far below our expectations. view
  • 6 Jun 2018 in National Assembly: Thank you Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker for that opportunity. The electronic version of the Official Hansard Report is for information purposes only. Acertified version of this Report can be obtained from the Hansard Editor. view
  • 6 Jun 2018 in National Assembly: In support of the Motion and also in congratulating the Committee, I must say that the Committee was able to produce a good Report we can debate. Without doubt, it is also of the quality of the Clerks assigned to that Committee. I can see the Vice-Chairperson of the Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC) is here with us. I know she will take note of that. Without good Clerks, a Committee would not do anything. view
  • 6 Jun 2018 in National Assembly: I see there is a change of guard. One of the reasons public participation was included in the budget-making process was… There before Budgets were being made in the Treasury by Ministers. When they were making those Budgets, they would favour their areas. As this BAC endeavours to implement the provisions of the Constitution and the Public Finance Management Act, it must also make sure that the Members in that Committee do not fall into the same trap of looking at the areas they come from and favouring them in one way or another. If that happens, we will call ... view
  • 6 Jun 2018 in National Assembly: see some money has been allocated this year. Thank you for that, but we missed out in the last three or four years. On the issue of the Equalisation Fund, what was being equalised was not counties. It was people in various areas. We must remain faithful to that principle in the Constitution. I do not think I have used all my time. However, an area completely outside my area is the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC). As we look at the issue of media and information, let us fund it well. view
  • 3 May 2018 in National Assembly: I am seconding but they left out Ndaragwa which needed to be part of this. Without Ndaragwa, I do not see its fairness, but I second. view