It is no secret. The 12th Parliament has hunky MPs who have left Kenyan women weak, wishing, wanting, and dreaming. Some sauntered and became ‘wahesh’ following victories after the August 8 General Election which injected new, hot blood into the August House, previously the preserve of greying men in need of tummy tucks.
Sabina Chege, a vocal women legislator from Muranga county, is expected to make a political announcement soon. The facility is already set to hold hundreds of people, according to some photographs released by credible sources. The source, on the other hand, never mentioned the meeting's exact location.
The public viewing of late former President Mwai Kibaki will be paused for a few minutes (10-15) on Wednesday to allow for the procession of the National Assembly Speaker to a special sitting. The interim halt would be to allow the National Assembly mace to be carried to the chamber for plenary debate, as is customary in the August House.
The parliament also known as the August House is the most important and distinguished house of any country.The revered and respected people (waheshimiwa) discuss national issues in the house.Kenyan parliament is bicameral,that is,consists of two houses national assembly and senate.
Renown senator Amos Wako has finally come out and revealed that he has got some health issues that have affected his eyesight.While making contribution at the Senate on Thursday, the senator noted that he was handicapped and was unable to see the senator."Let me tell the August House that I am under some handicap, I cannot now see you.
Sabina Chege, a prominent Muranga County woman legislator, is set to make a political statement soon. According to photos released by reliable sources, the facility is already set to handle hundreds of inmates. The meeting's actual location, on the other hand, was never mentioned by the source.
The National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi, who has also declared his interest in the top seat come August of 2022, has this afternoon made a major announcement to all Members of Parliament. Picture courtesy. Speaker Justin Muturi. Speaker Muturi, according to Nation, has recalled all Members of the National Assembly to a special sitting that will be held tomorrow as from 2.30 PM in the afternoon.
A top Nyanza Politician has accused former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga of betraying him six months to the much awaited August general elections. The top gubernatorial candidate has said that despite having had great hope that Raila Odinga would endorse him, he ended up supporting his rival who was less supportive in the Orange Democratic Movement ODM party.
The parliament fails to produce proof of ownership of the land assets. The parliament service commission (PSC) has failed to produce tittle deeds for auditing. For PSC failing to produce ownership documents for auditing review raises many questions as to why and who exactly owns the parliament buildings and whether parliament properties are real controlled by PSC. Auditor general Nancy Gathungu said that they could not confirm who owns the land assets and the buildings. The parliament service commission had
The reason the legislature is referred to as the August House Quite often you would hear journalists and reporters refer to the National Assembly as the August House.This is quite confusing as many would think, the name has something to with the month of August.But, No, the name has totally nothing to do with the month.
President Kenyatta will take home KSh80 million as a send - off package when he will be retiring this year. It also emerges that taxpayers will incur additional Sh1.33 billion to cater for the retirement of senior State officers who will be leaving office this year after the August General Elections.
Legislator Jeremiah Kioni has shocked the republic by gaining momentum on a bill that will seek to have the President's powers increased by a great margin. The bill, will see the president given the mandate to hire and fire his Deputy as he so wishes should the bill sail through Parliament.
Azimio La Umoja Leaders and supporters are an ecstatic lot, after President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta ascended to the Political Parties Ammendment Bill into law. After two months of intense legislation and voting, by both the August House and the Senate, the Bill has finally been converted into law, and it has far reaching consequences.
Joyce Lay is becoming a sensation in the music industry. So far she has released four songs and she is planning to release another one in the coming days. What is special about this song is that it will be the first one where she will appear on video.
The Building Bridges Initiative has landed with controversial thoughts from people. It is proposing expanded executive which includes the president, deputy president, prime minister and two Deputy Prime Ministers. This was the primary argument of the Ruto allies as to why they demanded more amendment of the BBI. The task force is recommending a move from the presidential mode of governance to the hybrid architecture of governance; ostensibly to enhance inclusivity in management of the country. The president
Over the last couple of days following Maraga advisory, the debate on whether Uhuru Kenyatta should dissolve Parliament has elicited mixed reactions and sent shivers among members of the August House in Kenya. Members of Parliament believe that the advisory is a recipe for chaos, while critics believe that Maraga advisory is intended to incite the president into a fight. We all know that the Judiciary and the Executive have not been in good terms since Chief Justice David Maraga himself annulled the 2016-2017