The political season is seemingly on in the country qnd various politicians are making runs across the country as they prepare for the 2022 general election.
Senator Irungu Kang'ata has this afternoon caused drama in the Senate after his attempt to address the Senate sitting virtually were stopped by Speaker Ken Lusaka.
Speaker Lusaka termed the move out of order and unacceptable by the Standings of the House before he barred Kang'ata from proceeding to contribute to the debate for being at an appropriate place.
At first, the DP Ruto allied Senator attempted to address the sitting on audio before he was forced to turn on his camera.
He alleged that he was in office, however after Speaker Lusaka realized that Kang'ata was not in his office as he claimed, he was stopped from addressing the sitting and his called hanged up.
Below is the conversation between Senator Kang'ata and Speaker Lusaka;
Senator Kang'ata: Mr. Speaker I'm there...online...online
Speaker Lusaka: We can't see you...put on your camera, we want to see you. But...but...you are in a... where are you?
Senator Kang'ata: I'm in my officer Mr. Speaker...
Speaker Lusaka: No no no no!! That's not an office Senator
Senator Kang'ata, I'm sorry we can't allow that. You are out of order!!!
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