Earlier today, when the Senate was holding a special sitting with the main agenda being the Constitution of Kenya (Amendment) Bill, 2020, Moses Wetangula requested that, all members be provided with hard copies of the document immediately, then be given at least two to three hours to read through the report before they can start the debate.
After coming into agreement, the speaker of the Senate Ken Lusaka, adjourned the sitting in the morning allowing members time to read and understand the bill for a debate in the afternoon.
He further rediculed Wetangula for declaring that, he couldn't highlight a document on an iPad claiming that, he needed a hard copy of the JLAC report complete with state issued highlighters.
However, to his rescue, Senator Mutula Kilonzo Jnr said that, Wetangula was simply referring to his document and that he not asking for highlighters.
Abraham Mutahi, a popular blogger allied to Alfred Mutua noted that, there was no problem with the postponement of the sitting claiming that, as long as it was on a consensus to ensuring that Kenyans have the best during debate.
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