William Kamuren Chirchir Chepkut

Parties & Coalitions

Capt. William Kamuren Chirchir Chepkut

All parliamentary appearances

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  • 7 Nov 2019 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, I rise to support. With a lot of humility, I urge the Members that we move with speed since defence is key in any Government. An ICT platform, infrastructure, globalisation and training are key. South Africa is number one in Africa, and we are number two in ICT infrastructure. view
  • 7 Nov 2019 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, that is my statement. The Member can Google it. The great Socrates once said that true wisdom is in knowing that you know nothing. Therefore, let us not volunteer information. Instead, let us learn more than we volunteer. view
  • 7 Nov 2019 in National Assembly: I support with a lot of speed. view
  • 16 Oct 2019 in National Assembly: Hon. Temporary Deputy Speaker, I will be very brief. The Representation of Special Interest Groups Laws (Amendment) Bill is great. In the spirit of this amendment Bill, the deficits should be addressed. At the same time, we should seek progressive laws. Article 100 of the Constitution addresses the youth, persons with disabilities, ethnic minorities and marginalised communities. Marginalised communities are like the Sengwer in Elgeyo Marakwet County, the Ogiek in Nakuru and the Ilchamus in Baringo, to mention a few. The youth, who constitute 70 per cent of the total population of this country, must be taken into consideration when ... view
  • 16 Oct 2019 in National Assembly: want us to have a progressive tax regime that can be enhanced, so that the poor can come up. Those who have a lot must pay a lot, so that the Government can move forward. Having said that, I subscribe to unity in diversity. We love women because they are great people in the world. All of us, even presidents, cherish, value and respect women. What issues are you crying about? We respect you. We honour you. Even Eliud was born by a woman. Women are great leaders. We respect you. When competing for seats, Hon. Alice, we want fairness. ... view
  • 3 Oct 2019 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, I want to tell the Leader of the Majority Party that chairs, vice-chairs and Members are always present. It is only the Cabinet Secretaries who do not appear. A follow-up mechanism and structured communication must be established. Leader, I want you to listen. He is not listening to me! view
  • 3 Oct 2019 in National Assembly: Leader, you are a great man but I want you to establish a firm and strong follow-up mechanism and structured communication of making sure that Cabinet Secretaries appear before us. After all, we are the august House. Article 95 of our Constitution gives us our mandate. When it comes to the operational arm of Government, we are number one. So, Leader, I must tell you because you are the leader. I want all of us, wherever we are, to talk about harmony and cohesiveness. I subscribe to Article 131(e) of the Constitution that President Uhuru Kenyatta who happens to be ... view
  • 3 Oct 2019 in National Assembly: 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
  • 3 Oct 2019 in National Assembly: So, I want us to tolerate one another. Thank you, Hon. Speaker. view
  • 3 Oct 2019 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Speaker. This is, indeed, a great Motion. The Instrument for Ratification of the Agreement for the Establishment of the International Anti-Corruption Academy as an International Organisation is key. On ratification and its agreement according to Section 12 of the Treaty Making and Ratification Act, 2012, Kenya is a member. I am happy that the Cabinet approved it. We are now debating and we shall approve it. After that, we shall establish a national anti-corruption academy in our country. We have 47 counties in our nation and they shall establish counties anti-corruption academies. Since you are a senior ... view