The country is going through a moment where several events have clashed. This ranges from political to economic among several other major issues. As this happens, instead of the parliament providing a remedy to some of these issues, it has ended up into place where politicians want to attack each other. This will always happen to an extent where nothing constructive is reached.
Political analyst Harman Manyora has said that this has made the parliament so useless. He said the parliament is so useless and never discusses anything that has ever changed the issues affecting Kenyans. Speaking on Citizen TV, Harman Manyora reviewed what happened in the parliament where Duale attacked Rosa.
Video Link: https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1447785384088330241?s=09
Harman Manyora termed it do shameful asking Duale to be careful with how he uses his mouth. He said that in politics, there is a difference between what you can tell a lady and what you can tell a fellow man. Manyora said that what Duale did was shameful and he has to control his mouth.
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