Hon Justin Muturi [Photo/Courtesy]
The MP, who was the first ever to be elected under the Deputy President William Ruto led United Democratic Alliance, is said to be missing parliament sittings.
Muturi told Hon Kimani Ichnungwah, who is Wanjiku's political ally, to let him know that parliament is not same as the streets, "He just came to parliament the other day. Now this is bad manners of coming in and going out. He thinks that this is going to be the streets?" said Muturi.
Hon John Wanjiku, Kiambaa MP [Photo/Courtesy]
The Speaker lamented about Wanjiku proposing names of members of his own committee and then missing the session in which the members were being considered.
"These are some of the people that need to be taught things. So that when they even make telephone calls, they introduce themselves as Honorable, how do you honor yourself. You give your name and let the other person honor you, maybe you are not honorable."
The Speaker said that Wanjiku must either show up to parliament and participate or remain in the village. Meanwhile, his motion risks being moved to next year. Video
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