Joseph Nkaissery

Parties & Coalitions

  • Not a member of any parties or coalitions

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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  • 11 Nov 2014 in National Assembly: You can speak to hon. Losiakou. You can challenge hon. Losiakous; you cannot challenge me. view
  • 11 Nov 2014 in National Assembly: Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker, in conclusion, I want to make a proposal and the Leader of Government Business is here. We want the Government to move with speed and disarm all these and we create a law to make cattle rustling capital punishment. view
  • 22 Oct 2014 in National Assembly: On a point of order, hon. Deputy Speaker. view
  • 15 Oct 2014 in National Assembly: Thank you very much, hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker for giving me this very good opportunity to contribute to this Motion on the Exposition of Public Policy by His Excellency the President. In doing so, first, I want to commend the President very much for believing in not only the law of this country, but also the international law by accepting to attend the Status Conference of the ICC. view
  • 15 Oct 2014 in National Assembly: The President did this country proud. The situation in the country before the President addressed this House was very tense. The country was gripped with anxiety for not knowing exactly what was going on. The President came, he delivered a very well thought out, focused and relieving message. He provided prudence and effective leadership through this House. view
  • 15 Oct 2014 in National Assembly: By invoking a provision in the Constitution to enable his deputy to take over the reins of power in his absence, he showed the kind of leadership that he has. view
  • 15 Oct 2014 in National Assembly: Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker, I want to say that I accompanied the President to The Hague. Personally, I was very disappointed with what I saw. The court did not – and I am not a lawyer – measure up to the legal provisions with regard to why they called the President. Listening to the presentations of the counsel both for the prosecution and the counsel for the witnesses, they offered no concrete evidence as to why the court summoned the President to the Status Conference. view
  • 15 Oct 2014 in National Assembly: One of the counsel of the prosecution went as far as requesting the court to adjourn the case until the next general elections. What does that tell you? It means that there is no evidence. As I contribute to this Motion today, I want to say, as the hon. Member for Kajiado Central, that I was one of the Members who encouraged the President to respect the summons. However, as it stands now, I will be the first one to say that the President of Kenya will never again appear in that court for obvious reasons. The court did not ... view
  • 15 Oct 2014 in National Assembly: Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker, I do not see anything out of order! view
  • 15 Oct 2014 in National Assembly: Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker, that is, indeed, frivolous and he wasting my time. I want to contribute to a very serious issue. Hon. 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


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