Majority leader in the national assembly Kimani Ichungwa now tells the prime cabinet secretary Musalia Mudavadi when he's expected to answer questions in parliament and also when he is set to appear before the house.
According to the video clip seen by the writer online, the majority leader has told Hon Musalia Mudavadi that he is expected to appear before the parliament and answer questions on the matter that is cutting across such as GMO foods which touches on health, trade and agriculture. He has said that when such as motion is brought before the house then he cannot miss to appear before the house and answer such question.
Adding to that he's been told that he can also be accompanied by the cabinet secretaries manning those dockets for effective presentation. Kimani Ichungwa has spoken this while presenting his proposal during the ongoing Cabinet secretaries retreat in Nanyuki that is being attended to by the members of parliament, governors and PSs. Watch video
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