Timothy Wanyonyi Wetangula

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  • 28 Nov 2013 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, Sir, I was saying the Vice-Chair of the Committee on Education, Research and Technology had promised that he was going to give my Statement today and looking on the Order Paper, It is not listed. When he was just walking out, he gave me the copy and said that maybe I should seek direction from you, whether he will present it some other time. view
  • 28 Nov 2013 in National Assembly: He has just walked out. view
  • 28 Nov 2013 in National Assembly: He has dropped the copy here on my desk. view
  • 28 Nov 2013 in National Assembly: Yes, hon. Speaker, Sir. view
  • 28 Nov 2013 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, Sir, I wish to thank the Committee for that Statement, although it has taken quite some time before responding. However, the quick action they took including visiting the school, and they saw for themselves the concerns that I had raised, is commendable. The owner of Diamond Plaza feels untouchable. On several occasions, he has vandalised the school gates and entered the school to park the cars forcefully. Security should be provided for the school to make sure that this man does not interfere with learning in the school. This is a girls’ school and you can imagine, as ... view
  • 28 Nov 2013 in National Assembly: I wish the Committee could clarify the action they are going to take against, especially the people who signed the contract. It looks like the contract was signed corruptly and not properly done. view
  • 20 Nov 2013 in National Assembly: Thank you, hon. Speaker. I wish to support the Report as amended. Hon. Speaker, when hon. Mututho appeared before our Committee, he exhibited a lot of passion for the job. He is committed to eradicate drug abuse in this country. I believe that justice delayed is justice denied. If we are going to deny him this job simply because he has a case pending in court, we will be doing injustice to this man. I support the idea that we approve his nomination and give him a chance to serve this country and eradicate the vice of drug abuse in ... view
  • 14 Nov 2013 in National Assembly: Thank you hon. Speaker Sir. I think this Statement has taken sometime, but I wish to thank the Chairman for the effort. I just wanted to know when this programme is likely to take place, because he has not indicated the time. view
  • 14 Nov 2013 in National Assembly: No, hon. Speaker Sir. view
  • 14 Nov 2013 in National Assembly: I am satisfied, hon. Speaker Sir view