Joseph Nkaissery

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Full name

Joseph Kasaine Ole Nkaissery


28th November 1949


P.O. Box 53443, Nairobi


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







All parliamentary appearances

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  • 26 Nov 2014 in National Assembly: Thank you, hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker. I also want to contribute to this very important Report. It is about eight months since this Report was tabled in the House. The President then wanted the support of this House to address the issue of national security. He highlighted the challenges that were facing this country then. Today, this Report has been overtaken by events. Several criminal activities have taken place. You will realise that this Report was submitted after the Westgate attack had taken place. Today, there are many criminal activities and the challenge of terrorism is there. The President wanted ... view
  • 26 Nov 2014 in National Assembly: The other great challenge that the President highlighted is cattle rustling. We have an issue of Kapedo, which happened the other day. The President wanted the leadership from the cattle rustling prone areas to lead from the front. They cannot be Members leading cattle rustlers. They should be addressing these issues. These are the messages the President wanted us to discuss. view
  • 26 Nov 2014 in National Assembly: Radicalisation is a big issue and it is still taking place. How can we tackle it? We need to look for solutions in this House. We do not need to just talk endlessly. We need to say that the Government needs to do this and that. We need to recommend actions to be taken in these areas. The other issue is drought, which is a threat. This is food security issue. What is the Government doing? Many people are suffering. The President mentioned food security in his Report and nobody is touching on it. The Leader of Majority Party, the ... view
  • 26 Nov 2014 in National Assembly: The other issue is crime. We now have violent crime. Our women are being raped and stripped in the streets. These rapists should be castrated and then taken to jail for life. This House needs to make laws to curb this menace. When we talk in this House without suggesting solutions, we are not helping this country. In terms of small arms, we should pass a law to provide that if one is not a licensed gun holder, then one should be jailed for holding a gun. What is the purpose of one having a gun if it is not ... view
  • 25 Nov 2014 in National Assembly: Thank you very much, hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker. It is very important to approach this issue of security very soberly. First, ole Lenku is not the problem. The people who recruited 3,000 Kenyans whose whereabouts we do not know are the problem. Our security should be better than this. Our people should be given proper security. When you look at Mandera, the commander on the ground; the County Commissioner, with his security team should have planned a strategy on how to escort citizens from Mandera to Wajir. In fact, they could have organized with the Security Committee of Wajir to ... view
  • 25 Nov 2014 in National Assembly: When you look at the National Security Council, the President is the chairperson and there are other eight members. In a team of nine, you cannot isolate one individual just because he is the one who is occupying that docket. I want to support the security organ by empowering it. If we have a Police Commander who has no mobility or command communication, how can he use that position to safeguard the security of Kenya? Security is the provision of safeguarding our own interests. As we debate here, we should suggest solutions on how we can safeguard this nation. The ... view
  • 19 Nov 2014 in National Assembly: Thank you very much, hon. Speaker. I also stand to pass my condolences to the family of the late hon. Kajwang’ on behalf of myself, my family and people of Kajiado Central. I know death has robbed this country of a great son. I would like to wish his family to have courage and believe in God, and at the same time ask God to rest the soul of hon. Kajwang’ in eternal peace. Thank you, hon. Speaker. I want to donate my last minute to Mheshimiwa. view
  • 11 Nov 2014 in National Assembly: Thank you, hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker. I stand to support this very important Motion and in doing so--- view
  • 11 Nov 2014 in National Assembly: Yes, hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker. I thank hon. A. Keter for bringing this Motion. If the events taking place in Baringo, Mombasa and all the other areas is not a clarion call for the Government to take action, then I do not know what it is. The cardinal responsibility of any Government is to provide security for the citizens and protection of their property. It is very surprising when I see hon. Members from the two communities shouting and pointing fingers at each other and we are talking about national security. It means they are very guilty. They should be ... view
  • 11 Nov 2014 in National Assembly: My friend, when I speak, you do not speak. When I am speaking, you keep quiet. view


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