Martin Nyaga Wambora


9th April 1951


P.O. Box 67780, Nairobi,


P. O. Box 252 Embu




0733 603192

All parliamentary appearances

Entries 71 to 77 of 77.

  • 26 Jul 2006 in National Assembly: Thank you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, for giving me this opportunity to contribute to this very important Vote. I had a chance, with the Minister for Trade and Industry, to attend a Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) meeting in Lusaka in 2400 PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES July 26, 2006 December, 2004. I also attended a meeting with him in Hong Kong in December, 2005. Therefore, I have no doubt in my mind that the Ministry is endowed with good leadership. I saw him providing leadership in Lusaka for COMESA and the World Trade Organization (WTO) meeting in Hong Kong. ... view
  • 28 Jun 2006 in National Assembly: Thank you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, thank you for giving me the opportunity to contribute to the Budget Speech. I will make very brief comments. I will touch on general issues before going to sectoral issues. I want to comment on the economic growth. I join my colleagues in congratulating the Government for the growth in the economy as reflected by the very strong Kenya Shilling. A lot of foreign reserves have gone up to more than Kshs2 billion. There are other indicators like the 5.8 per cent growth rate and per capita income which stood at US$485 per annum ... view
  • 28 Jun 2006 in National Assembly: Order, Mr. Ojaamong! Address the Chair! view
  • 28 Jun 2006 in National Assembly: The hon. Dr. Shaban! view
  • 28 Jun 2006 in National Assembly: What is it? Your name is not Dr. hon. Shaban. I put emphasis on the title "Doctor". view
  • 5 Apr 2006 in National Assembly: Thank you, Mr. Speaker, Sir. You have heard what Mr. Oparanya has said; that, he has received Kshs2 million out of Kshs6 million for Butere/Mumias District Hospital. In Runyenjes Sub-District Hospital, we were allocated Kshs5.5 million this financial year and not a single cent has been received as of last month. Could the Assistant Minister tell this House whether he will, at least, ensure that he disburses the amounts provided in the Budget to all the sub-district hospitals and health centres so that we can build the required facilities. That is the biggest problem. They do not send the money ... view
  • 4 Apr 2006 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, thank you. I wish to take this opportunity to join my colleagues in thanking His Excellency the President for a wonderful Speech. It was very focused on the aspirations and requirements of the majority of Kenyans. As a matter of fact, I want to focus on three areas only, namely, the economic growth rate, Sessional Papers and Bills. On the economic growth, I want to say that since President Kibaki took over power in 2003, we have seen very commendable growth in this country. This is evidenced by the growth rate which has grown to ... view


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