Baringo Senator Gideon Moi. Image courtesy
During this Coronavirus pandemic, some of the Parliamentarians are allowed to attend sessions via online platform.
On Wednesday, Senate Speaker Prof Margaret Kamar invited Baringo Senator Gideon Moi to present his statement to the House.
The Speaker invited the Senator who was joining via online. The House could neither hear nor see the Senator at first.
“Senator, I can't hear you,” the Speaker raised. Senator Moi who could be heard with some difficulties responded, “But I can see myself.”
This response left Senators in laughter since they were not able to see the Senator who claimed to be seeing himself.
After some workout, the Senator appeared online and made his submission.
In his submission, the KANU Chairman sought a number of clarifications concerning the future of the Kazi Mtaani program.
He sought from the National Government to know whether there are plans to upgrade the program beyond casual labor and also to know comprehensive measures put in place to curb late payment of salaries and wages.
Moi also sought to know measures that have been put in place to address corruption allegations that have marred the the program to ensure that the initiative is run in a transparent manner.
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