Luanda Member of Parliament Chris Omulele was today tasked as the Chairman in the Parliamet to oversee the passage of the contraversial Political Parties Amendment Bill. The vocal Luanda Member of Parliamet stayed strong ruling against plans by UDA MPs to delay the session.
Coming in to steer the House through the Committee of the Whole House, Omulele expressed rare firmness in dealing with both the two divides that were determined to have their way. The Luanda MP took on Turkana PM Joyce Akai Emanikor telling her Parliament is not a war zone, and that he can't be scared before he refused to allow demands of lawmakers to have results of virtual voting considered.
“Because the virtual voting was not displayed, it will not count for this,” Omulele ruled.
The Luanda lawmaker also showed his powers after he rule against Kikuyu Member of Parliamet Kimani Ichungwa's request to have the session adjourned due to trading outside time allocated by the Gazette notice that called for the special sitting.
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