Moses Nguchine Kirima

Parties & Coalitions

All parliamentary appearances

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  • 24 Sep 2020 in National Assembly: We are satisfied with the Bill as it is. So, put the Question. view
  • 10 Sep 2020 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, I hereby stand to say that what has been said by the Leader of the Majority Party about public participation on this National Aviation Bill cannot be taken on a light note, taking into account that it touches on the Constitution of Kenya. Article 118 talks of public participation. When it does so, it is not talking of selective public participation. When it comes to anything to do with Nairobi, any Bill pertaining to Nairobi is looking at the way Nairobi is growing. view
  • 10 Sep 2020 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, I hereby stand to say that what has been said by the Leader of the Majority Party about public participation on this National Aviation Bill cannot be taken on a light note, taking into account that it touches on the Constitution of Kenya. Article 118 talks of public participation. When it does so, it is not talking of selective public participation. When it comes to anything to do with Nairobi, any Bill pertaining to Nairobi is looking at the way Nairobi is growing. view
  • 10 Sep 2020 in National Assembly: The National Aviation Bill touches on the security of the people. If it touches on the security of the people, they must be given an opportunity to participate. It is because anything to do with aviation is not like anything to do with a motor vehicle. Aviation means flying above in the air and the public must be given an adequate chance and the Constitution provides for this. Anything which deals with the Constitution cannot be disregarded. The Constitution is the supreme law of this land. So, I hereby state that there was no proper participation by the public through ... view
  • 10 Sep 2020 in National Assembly: The National Aviation Bill touches on the security of the people. If it touches on the security of the people, they must be given an opportunity to participate. It is because anything to do with aviation is not like anything to do with a motor vehicle. Aviation means flying above in the air and the public must be given an adequate chance and the Constitution provides for this. Anything which deals with the Constitution cannot be disregarded. The Constitution is the supreme law of this land. So, I hereby state that there was no proper participation by the public through ... view
  • 10 Sep 2020 in National Assembly: No. Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker, I wanted to contribute. view
  • 10 Sep 2020 in National Assembly: No. Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker, I wanted to contribute. view
  • 23 Jun 2020 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Deputy Speaker. May I take this opportunity to thank Hon. Duale for the work he has done and for the way he has mentored us as first timers in Parliament. He has guided us and we congratulate him. Despite our failures, he has led us well. He has proved himself to be a great man who has a bright future ahead. He has also showed us that despite the pressure on his shoulders, he can still deliver. He has delivered on behalf of the Jubilee Government. We wish him well. He has a bright future ahead. To ... view
  • 3 Mar 2020 in National Assembly: Thank you Hon. Speaker for the chance given to contribute on what has been said by the Vice-Chairman of… view
  • 3 Mar 2020 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Speaker for the chance given to give a comment on what has been said by the Chairman of the Departmental Committee on Defence and Foreign Relations and the Vice-Chairman of the Departmental Committee on Health. I think the statements given by the Principal Secretary and the Cabinet Secretary for Defence show we are not taking this disease seriously as we should. The country is at risk because we have people travelling now and then and we have foreigners who we cannot confirm whether they are coming from places where this epidemic exists or not. Moreover, in the ... view