Silas Muriuki Ruteere


12th January 1949


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





All parliamentary appearances

Entries 591 to 595 of 595.

  • 15 Apr 2008 in National Assembly: Thank you Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir--- view
  • 15 Apr 2008 in National Assembly: Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, my name is hon. Silas Muriuki Ruteere from North Imenti Constituency. view
  • 15 Apr 2008 in National Assembly: Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, this is a very important Bill before this House. Accountants are professionals who are very important in the financial sector of this country. They are required almost every where, in firms and all institutions that handle money. There is no institution that does not need them for its accountability. We normally talk of transparency and accountability. These are the people who help make institutions accountable to people. These are the people who can run down institutions. They are the ones who can make institutions grow. They can also make firms stand or fall. This is a ... view
  • 12 Mar 2008 in National Assembly: Thank you, Mr. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir. I also wish to join other hon. Members in thanking His Excellency the President for the reconciliatory message that he gave in form of his Presidential Address. It was an Address that gave us the direction which we shall take, and one to put the country together. I also wish to thank the Prime Minister-designate, Mr. Raila, for seeing it fit to come together with His Excellency the President, to sit, talk and shake hands. Somebody in the business world told me yesterday that one handshake by one of them causes a drop ... view
  • 12 Mar 2008 in National Assembly: There are issues that have made the constituents of North Imenti think that I am better off in this House. One of these issues is education. We have a serious problem in the education system, which should be addressed. This problem is worse than the clashes that we experienced. The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has let this country down. At no time in the history of this country have we had two sets of examination results. The 2007 examination has had two sets of results. Some of the students who had higher marks are getting lower grades, and those ... view


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