Your Huduma Namba could be unnecessary in eight days’ time. This arises after the National Assembly’s blunder to bail the law on which it is attached as well as 22 other controversial legislation which the tribunals had authorized be regularised in nine months.
Last year the High Court announced the statutes that the National Assembly enacted without an agreement from the Senate were unlawful but provided it a nine-month elegance duration to regularise their negligence to which the court decrees could kick in.
It arose yesterday that the two Houses of Parliament have not settled or engaged. The decrees by the High Court established July 29, 2021, as the deadline for the two Houses to meet and agree.
Yesterday, the Houses continued to read from different texts. National Assembly’s counsel Paul Muite wanted the Court of Appeal judges Asike Makhandia, Mumbi Ngugi and Agnes Murgor to lengthen the time, contending that delinquency to do so will build a dilemma in eight days.
However, Senate’s lawyer James Orenge rejected the petition insisting that the lower House can merely go back to the exact court that handed out the orders to beg its lawsuit on why the rules were difficult to attain.
The Senate condemns the National Assembly of conference shopping. It contended that another Court of Appeal judge bench had rejected related prayers.
The prospect of the National Integrated Identity Management System, better known as Huduma Namba, is presently in qualm as it was inaugurated under the Miscellaneous Amendment Act, 2018, which was also crossed out.
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