Prengei Victor

Parties & Coalitions

All parliamentary appearances

Entries 21 to 31 of 31.

  • 18 Oct 2018 in Senate: Thank you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir. In consideration of this weighty matter, which also touches on the lives of Nairobi residents, and owing to the fact that we have to consult other institutions and organizations that deal with water, I would like to request the Senator for Nairobi City County to give us two weeks to enable us tackle the issue. view
  • 18 Oct 2018 in Senate: Thank you, Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir. The Statement seeks a lot of issues touching on the riparian land and housing. We also consider the fact that it is an urgent matter that needs to be addressed. I do not think that one week will be enough for the Committee. view
  • 18 Oct 2018 in Senate: Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, you should give us three weeks for that. view
  • 18 Oct 2018 in Senate: Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, considering the urgency of the matter, I will consult with the Committee and see if we can accompany the Senator to the areas that he has talked about probably next week--- view
  • 16 May 2018 in Senate: Thank you Mr. Deputy Mr. Speaker, Sir. I want to join you in welcoming the girls from Lake Naivasha. I want to encourage them that we have many women legislators in the House and if they work hard, they can also join them in future. I congratulate and welcome them. view
  • 15 May 2018 in Senate: Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, I also join my colleagues in sending my condolences to the affected families in Nakuru County. Secondly, I congratulate Sen. Kihika for bringing up this issue. I am also a resident of Nakuru County. I assure her that I will join hands with her in ensuring that justice prevails. The institutions and people who are responsible in the said accident in Nakuru should be held responsible. view
  • 10 May 2018 in Senate: Yes, Mr. Speaker, Sir, I attended a meeting where the responsible institution was. I was satisfied with the statement. view
  • 7 Mar 2018 in Senate: Mr. Speaker, Sir, on behalf of the Chairperson of the Standing Committee on Lands, Environment and Natural Resources, I undertake to give a response to the Statement in two weeks. view
  • 7 Mar 2018 in Senate: Thank you, Mr. Speaker, Sir. Once again, I stand in for my Chairperson. I undertake to respond to his statement in two weeks’ time. view
  • 7 Mar 2018 in Senate: Mr. Speaker, Sir, pursuant to Standing Order No.46(2)(b), I rise to seek a statement from the Chairperson of the standing Committee on Labour and Social Welfare on the massive youth unemployment in Kenya. In the statement, the Chairperson should: (1)State the percentage of the youth population in Kenya and the rate of youth unemployment; (2)State the measures that the Government has put in place to ensure that vocational, technical institutes and higher institutions of learning avail training that is competitive and relevant to the job market; (3)Explain the factors that are contributing to high youth unemployment rate in Kenya; and, ... view
  • 26 Sep 2017 in Senate: Thank you Mr. Speaker, Sir, for giving me this opportunity to give my maiden speech. I would like to congratulate you and the Deputy Speaker on your election. I would also like to congratulate all the elected and nominated honourable Members in this House. I want to join my colleagues in thanking my political party, Jubilee, for giving me the opportunity to represent the youth in this House. It is a great honour and I thank the Jubilee administration. Regarding the President’s Address, I would like to echo him by recognizing the number of youth who came to both Houses ... view


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