Senate proceedings are usually held to discuss matters concerning the devolved government while passing bills. Some rules should be followed in every sitting and the speaker of the senate has a right to block anyone who goes against these rules.
A dramatic scene was witnessed in the national assembly today after Speaker Lusaka blocked senator Irungu Kang'at a, who is allied to Dp Ruto, from contributing to the proceedings. According to reports from a reliable source, the senator is said to have logged in from a famous Nairobi bar, called Sabina Joy.
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"Muranga people should select wisely who their next governor will be coz as to me Kangata does not deserve to lead that county since he has shown how disrespectful he is to the senate and to Muranga people who elected him as their senator by trying to follow senate's proceedings while in a bank drinking. So shameful of a leader," Madiba
"On Sunday he will be in church," Prince
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