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Speaker Lusaka carries the day at the send off of Governor Wangamati's mother

Speaker Lusaka left mourners in Bungoma tongues wagging with his endless quotes with deep meaning.

"IF you fear fire and smoke, never aspire to be a cook," said speaker Lusaka.

Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka has urged leaders to discard advancing politics of hatred and instead preach politics of love that gears to change the lives of Kenyans.

Speaking during the send-off of Mama Selina Wangamati, wife to former nominated Member of Parliament Mzee Patrick Wangamati, Speaker Lusaka called for unity among leaders. 

"I urge my colleague leaders to engage in constructive criticism as well as politics and not fighting each other. That's the only way to achieve unity of purpose," said speaker Lusaka.

On national front, Lusaka said Senate has formally received copies of Constitution amendment bill from 38 counties.

"I can confidently confirm that as a house we have so far formaly received 38 copies of the Constitution Amendment Bill 2020," he said.

He further said as referee, he will make sure law is followed as they capture the wishes of many.

"As a referee, I will ensure the law is followed to the latter regarding the sensitive issue," he added.

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