This house is constitutionally obligated with a role to deliberate on and solve issues of concern to the people and enact legislation by article 95 of the Kenyan constitution.
However, today there being a special sitting that was meant to tackle a number if issues including a petition against the appointment of one Tabitha Mutemi to the board of the Media Council of Kenya(MCK) a few things were brought to light.
The Honorable Speaker of The National Assembly one Justin Muturi boldly advised Kenyans to stop depending on the Parliament for its very fundamental of duties this being resolving of issues.
He also went ahead to boldly declare that this house was one that aligned itself to political cretaria and interest other than its primary corner stone justice or the law. This comes as a surprise considering the speaker is a law graduate and dozens other MPs are either qualified solicitors or barristers and have studied law at the university.
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