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  • 18 Apr 2018 in National Assembly: Hon. Deputy Speaker, I beg to move the following Motion: The electronic version of the Official Hansard Report is for information purposes only. Acertified version of this Report can be obtained from the Hansard Editor. view
  • 18 Apr 2018 in National Assembly: THAT, aware that there are over 200 classified types of mental disorders, the most common ones being clinical depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD); concerned that Kenya’s mental health policy estimates that about twenty five(25) per cent of out-patients and about forty (40) per cent of in-patients suffer from mental health conditions with the most frequent diagnosis of mental illnesses made in general hospital settings being depression, substance abuse, stress and anxiety disorders; deeply concerned that the current worrying trend of increased domestic violence among Kenyan families has resulted in ... view
  • 18 Apr 2018 in National Assembly: Hon. Deputy Speaker, thank you for giving me this opportunity to move my Motion on mental illness. Mental illness is a medical condition many Kenyans dismiss as madness, or that someone is probably bewitched. They could be saying the truth, but mental illness is a combination of psychological and physiological processes. I will not go into technical details about mental illness, but I want to connect it very much with what is happening in Kenya today on domestic violence. However, there is a growing body of evidence that mental problems have significantly contributed to domestic violence in our homes. Many ... view
  • 18 Apr 2018 in National Assembly: Mental illness could be as a result of a genetic problem. It could also be out of substance abuse, stress or societal frustrations. The number of mentally ill people in Kenya is staggering. Two out of 10 Kenyans have a mental problem. view
  • 18 Apr 2018 in National Assembly: With regard to domestic violence, hardly a day passes without a spouse killing another or fighting and causing grievous harm to the other. Parents are killing their children and later committing suicide. The latest figures for this year alone show that over 100 Kenyans have died in their homes due to domestic violence. There is a lady in Machakos who had her hands chopped off by the husband last year because they had a problem of not having a baby. It was a case that was spoken about all over. This girl lost her hands at a very young age. ... view
  • 18 Apr 2018 in National Assembly: As a society and leaders, we must look for solutions after assessing the root causes of fights and killings especially between people who have loved each other as husband and wife, parent and children. Mental illness is real in Kenya and we need to address it. It is a fact that work-related stress and high cost of living induce mental problems leading to suicidal tendencies which result to domestic violence. This Motion calls for urgent intervention to arrest the worrying trend. Let us not wait until it is too late. An example is a case in the USA where there ... view
  • 18 Apr 2018 in National Assembly: I beg to move and call upon Hon. Joshua Kimilu, Member for Kaiti, to second the Motion. view
  • 18 Apr 2018 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker. Before I reply, I wish to donate two minutes to the Woman Representative for Nyeri; two minutes to the Member of Parliament for Kilome and two minutes to Dr. Nyikal. Those are six minutes. view
  • 18 Apr 2018 in National Assembly: Dr. Nyikal, Hon. Miruka and Hon. Mabonga, one minute each. view
  • 18 Apr 2018 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker. I stand to be guided. Did you say I have 10 minutes to reply? view


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