A Petitioner has moved to court seeking to have members of parliament terms limits reduced to just two five year terms. He is of the view that Kenyan parliament will only grow ideally by bringing forward fresh minds into the scene as opposed to recycling of old brains into parliament.
According to the petitioner, it would be fare if parliament reduced it's limits just like it's for governors and as well the president. It's clear as we move into the 2022 general election the petitioner might go through and win on the petition moving into the 2022 general election.
The fact of the matter is that the term limits of members of parliament will be reduced for it's clear more leaders especially the young need to come into the leadership as well. It's clear as we move forward the country should try to ensure the term limits are reduced so that we can have new members of parliament as opposed to the old guard.
However it's time will tell of what will unfold moving into the 2022 general election for it's clear parliament has failed Kenyans severally. However time will tell of what will unfold moving into the future as we live in interesting times.
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