Mwangi Kiunjuri

Parties & Coalitions

Full name

Festus Mwangi Kiunjuri

Born

29th April 1969

Post

P.O. Box 220, Nanyuki, Kenya

Post

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

Post

Ministry of Public Works Works Building Ngong Road P.O Box 30743-00100 Nairobi

Email

info@publicworks.go.ke

Email

mwangikiunjuri@yahoo.co.uk

Telephone

020 273 7659

Telephone

0721481473

Telephone

0721481473

Telephone

0721 277828

Telephone

020 273 7659

Telephone

0721 600 305

Telephone

020 271 3252 (DL)

All parliamentary appearances

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  • 19 Dec 2012 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, let me thank my colleagues, more so thank and congratulate His Excellency the President whom I have worked with for the last 15 years. I am among the few Kenyans whom His Excellency attended their wedding. I thank him for the bull that he gave me during my wedding where he participated from morning to evening. Thank you, Your Excellency. view
  • 19 Dec 2012 in National Assembly: Mr. Speaker, Sir, I am also among the very few whom His Excellency paid for college fees. When I came to Parliament as a teacher with a Bachelor of Education, I decided to pursue a bachelor’s degree in law and His Excellency paid my fees for three years but I am sorry Your Excellency, I did not clear. Now that you are retiring and there is no much involvement, I will be requesting that next year you pay for the extra one year so that I can graduate. The people of Laikipia will never forget you. By the time you ... view
  • 4 Dec 2012 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, we really called for a new Constitution for this country and all of us could not agree. We allowed each and every idea to be in the Constitution. At the same time, we went ahead to allow every idea to be in further enabling Acts. Today, all of us are looking back. We are all regretting why we passed that legislation or the other. We had no time to sit down and reason together. It is evident on us now that we are realizing that, in fact, what we did was not even good to ... view
  • 4 Dec 2012 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, if we pass this legislation, I can assure you that the following day, we shall manufacturer as many birth certificates as possible. Do we have any time to verify those documents? Do we just want to run this country down because we want so-and-so to become the President of this country? You have organized yourselves, you already know where you will get the birth certificates, you have put a system in place on how you are going to issue the provisional ID cards to those people and already, you are targeting your five million people ... view
  • 4 Dec 2012 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, can I start my five minutes now? view
  • 4 Dec 2012 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, my thought was organized for 30 minutes. So, you give me my two minutes, then I conclude. view
  • 4 Dec 2012 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, you can imagine that you can acquire a Kenyan Passport--- The truth of the matter is that if we are ready to go and outdo each other--- view
  • 4 Dec 2012 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, he should learn to respect his chairman. I have not handed over to him. This question is weighty. In fact, I am jogging his mind. Maybe Mr. Midiwo had good intentions, but I am now jogging his mind. I know he agrees with me now that this will happen. Hon. Midiwo is a respected person in this country and does not want this country to go that way. view
  • 4 Dec 2012 in National Assembly: Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, I wish he withdraws it much as it was well intended. I plead with the House and beg the Members not to take this country that route. Let us either withdraw the amendment or we shall be here to ensure that it does not go through. With those few remarks and for the respect of the other Members, I beg to say that when time comes, we shall decide how we shall pass this amendment. view
  • 5 Sep 2012 in National Assembly: Madam Temporary Deputy Speaker, there is an impression being created that teachers always go on strike every election year. That is not true, because teachers have been agitating for their rights throughout. Even last year they were on strike. Madam Temporary Deputy Speaker, the other question that we must ask ourselves is: Did teachers give notice to this? Did they try to negotiate with the Government before they went on strike? They answer is: Yes, they tried to negotiate. view