Martha Karua

Parties & Coalitions

Full name

Martha Wangari Karua

Born

22nd September 1957

Post

P.O. Box 9021, Nairobi, Kenya

Post

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

Email

gichugu@parliament.go.ke

Link

Facebook

Web

www.joinmarthakarua.com

Telephone

0721 623 342

Telephone

020 2221291 Ext 32548

Telephone

0733 747551

Link

@MarthaKarua on Twitter

All parliamentary appearances

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  • 3 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, in view of that, could the Minister undertake to have the members gazetted immediately and in any event, within the next three days? view
  • 3 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, while I am happy with the later statement of the Minister, although he is not the appointing authority, I know very well that it is the Minister in charge of the docket who helps in the preparation of gazette notices and who pushes for the gazettement. It is his duty to remind the appointing authority. So, is he in order to try and move away from his responsibility although he has now admitted that he will do it? So, what I am seeking from him is an undertaking that he will ensure that the process ... view
  • 2 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Thank you, Mr. Speaker, Sir. I want to join the Prime Minister in paying tribute to ourselves as the Tenth Parliament. However, unlike him, I will say that, yes, we did well in bringing forth legislation that helped this country stand up after the ashes that followed the disputed elections. We did well in passing the Constitution. We did well in passing the laws pursuant to the Constitution. But we know that we failed when passing some of those laws because of self-interest. We even deviated from the spirit of the Constitution. We need to acknowledge that on record. I ... view
  • 2 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, you will recall that last week, you ordered the Minister for Lands to issue the statement I requested as to why the Land Commission has not been gazetted. This is the second time the Minister is being asked to bring the statement. I do not see him or his deputy. Perhaps Members of the Government who are present or the Prime Minister could let us know why this statement is not being issued or even just give the statement why the Land Commission has not been gazetted. This is a view
  • 2 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, I am just wondering because this is the third time. I know it is a new year and probably sanctions may make him come instead of just requesting him. view
  • 2 Jan 2013 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, this is coercion, but I beg to second. view
  • 27 Dec 2012 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, on 4th December, I requested a Ministerial Statement from the Minister for Lands as to why the Land Commission has not yet been gazetted in spite of the conclusion of pending court cases that were hindering the same. Mr. Speaker, Sir, you know that land is one of the very hot issues, and it is feared that there may be elements in the Government who do not want the Land Commission gazetted. I again rose on 6th December to ask about the same and it was communicated to the Assistant Minister for Lands but to date, the ... view
  • 18 Dec 2012 in National Assembly: to ask the Minister for Labour:- (a) Is the Minister aware that M/s Kampala Coach Ltd. has not paid Mr. Rashid Maulid Osakulo his salary and allowances for the last seven months? (b) What steps is the Minister taking to ensure that he and the other workers who have not been paid their dues are paid immediately? view
  • 6 Dec 2012 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, I rise to present a petition from Amkeni Retirees CBO on behalf of Government pensioners. They are drawing Parliament to the attention of the following grievances for redress. They want an amendment through a review of the amendment to the Pensions Act of 1996 which does not allow increment of pension when general salaries have been revised. They are also drawing attention to Paragraph 70 of Sessional Paper No.3 of 1987 which they are asking should be implemented accordingly. They are also asking for a minimum monthly pension of Kshs10,000 and also a 10 per ... view
  • 6 Dec 2012 in National Assembly: Before Christmas! view