Timothy Wanyonyi Wetangula

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  • 24 Jul 2013 in National Assembly: Thank you very much hon. Deputy Speaker. Even from where I sit, hon. Member come and sit behind me and consult very loudly. Sometimes, I hardly hear what goes on in the House. The Chair can also direct that hon. Members who sit at the back should also know that we are also following the proceeding in the House. I beg to support the Motion. view
  • 10 Jul 2013 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, I wish to petition the House, on behalf of the residents of Githogoro Slum within Westlands Constituency, Nairobi County, as follows:- view
  • 10 Jul 2013 in National Assembly: We, the undersigned, being Kenyan citizens and residents of Githogoro Shopping Centre, along the Nairobi Northern Bypass, in Westlands Constituency, draw the attention of the House to the following:- The Nairobi Northern Bypass, commissioned in the year 2011, passes through Githogoro Shopping Centre. The highway has a huge traffic flow but has no provision for pedestrian crossing. Sitting on both sides of the highway are Chaleta Primary School in Nairobi County and Kasarini Primary School in Kiambu County, in addition to the shopping centre. There have occurred several accidents on that road since it was commissioned, as pupils and residents ... view
  • 10 Jul 2013 in National Assembly: Yes, hon. Speaker, Sir; this is a matter for the Departmental Committee on Transport, Public Works and Housing. view
  • 3 Jul 2013 in National Assembly: Thank you, hon. Deputy Speaker. I also wish to support this Motion. From the previous contributions, you realize that we are always ill prepared to deal with disasters. One of the things we are not doing to prepare for is lack of awareness creation. We need also to educate our people to be able to understand how they can be prepared to move away from the disaster scenes. You realize that when something happens, say a building collapses, people rush there to see what has happened. It could even be an explosion. This is what causes a lot of deaths, ... view
  • 23 May 2013 in Senate: On a point of order, Mr. Speaker, Sir. May I request very humbly that when such a document is tabled, because we are not many and we have enough staff here, that on a day of sitting like this, could they just distribute the document or attach it to the Order Paper of the day and give to every Senator? It makes it a lot easier. This will be in addition to having the documents in Room 105, of course. view
  • 16 May 2013 in National Assembly: Thank you, hon. Speaker, Sir. From where I sit, it is very difficult for you to see me. Sometimes I raise my hand but it is very hard for you to see me; thank you for recognising that fact. view
  • 16 May 2013 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, Sir, sometime back there was something that the police came up with called “community policing”. The clarification I would like to ask is: What became of this very good idea that the police came up with? Is it still in existence, or it just died and went with Maj.-Gen. Ali when he left the police force? If it is, then it will help the police to flush out these militia gangs that are moving around causing chaos and scaring people around in the quiet villages. view
  • 16 May 2013 in National Assembly: Thank you. view
  • 2 May 2013 in National Assembly: Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker, Sir, I support the Motion. One of the core functions of the Government is to provide security to its citizens. Any Government that cannot do that has no business being in power. Why are we paying the National Security Intelligence Service (NSIS) so much money, yet these organized criminal gangs are running around causing a lot of chaos to innocent people in quiet view