Parliament Guards Allegedly in Dilemma as Skimpily Dressed Girls Camp Outside Looking for MP 'Lovers
As the Members of Parliament go on recess for the festive season, security officers who work at Parliament buildings have shed light on what it is like to work at the building where the country's laws are drafted from. The security personnel who sought anonymity while speaking to the media revealed that they have been working in dilemma as skimpily dressed girls have been continuously camping outside the building asking / waiting to meet their MP 'lovers'.
Protesters are currently gathered at the gates of Parliament buildings to oppose the ouster of four commissioners of The Independent electoral and boundaries commission who are being grilled by parliament today. This coming just a few hours after raila amolo odinga announced countrywide protests opposing the move to have the commissioners out of office.
At the moment, protesters have gathered outside the Parliament buildings to voice their opposition to the removal of the four commissioners of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, who are currently being questioned by lawmakers. Just a few hours earlier, Raila Amolo Odinga had called for nationwide demonstrations against the removal of the commissioners.
Member of National Assembly, Mumias East Constituency, Hon Peter Salasya is one the top politicians that is known to be dramatic and very funny. Keeping in mind that MP Peter Salasya is not yet married, today outside the Parliament buildings, he made light moments with Hon Silvanus Osoro and Hon Linet Chepkorir Toto.
With the new constitution, Kenya's opposition leader has no position in Parliament. Initially, the opposition leader used to be part of the Parliament together with the appointed Ministers. Minsters were tasked to answer questions raised by Members of Parliament on the floor of the house.
Reports have now emerged on demostrations that have already began in Nairobi. Protestors have this afternoon stormed the Parliament building to oppose the ouster of the four IEBC commissioners led by IEBC Vice-chairperson Juliana Cherera. The Parliament Assembly's Justice and Legal Affairs Committee is finalising on the scrutiny of the four embattled commissioners after four petitions were presented to the Parliament.
The Justice and Legal Affairs committee has recommended the suspension of the controversial four Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission commissioners. Through their report on Thursday morning, they noted that the four of the commissioners committed serious offences and hence should be investigated more. "JLAC asks Parliament to recommend to President Ruto to suspend and form a tribunal to evict four embattled IEBC commissioners."
Suna East Member of Parliament Hon Junet Mohamed has allegedly revealed why His Excellency President William Samoei Ruto is pushing for the removal of IEBC Chair Juliana Cherera. Junet states that President William Ruto's mission is overstay in power, and that is the main reason why he wants to fix any Government Instution he suspects that it is or can go against his will.
Yesterday evening, the opposition leader Raila Odinga threatened to lead Kenyans for massive demonstrations against President William Ruto's government over the already initiated motion to ouster four IEBC Commissioners who revoked Ruto's presidential win in the August polls. The petition was filed weeks ago and is set to be heard and determined today.
Raila's Attendance at Cherera's Parliament Ouster Confirms This, Eyebrows Raised as Lawmaker Alleges
The Nandi County Senator Samson Cherargei alleges that there are all indications that IEBC Deputy chair Juliana Cherera and the other three commissioners worked for the Azimio La Umoja coalition and not Kenyans. In the face of the move to ouster Cherera and the other three commissioners from the IEBC, Cherera has been on the receiving end of attacks after she opted out the last minute when IEBC chair Mr. Wafula Chebukati was about to announce the Presidential results.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission was summoned by the Justice and Legal Affairs committee, and the High Court was unable to stop them from doing so, dealing vice chair Juliana Cherera a serious blow. Through her lawyer Apollo Mboya, Cherera asked for the proceedings to be halted, citing the inadequacy of the four days she had been given to prepare and respond to the four petitions.
|Photo Courtesy of Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka Following Proceedings At Parliament| In solidarity with the four embattled IEBC commissioners, the Azimio-One Kenya Alliance team led by Raila Odinga, Martha Karua, and Kalonzo Musyoka have arrived at the Parliament building to witness the hearing of their petition against their impeachment.
Photo courtesy of Majority Leader Kimani Ichung'wah. The leader of the Majority in the National Assembly, Kikuyu Constituency Member of Parliament Kimani Ichung'wah explains why he is afraid to visit his office. The legislator speaks at Parliament on Wednesday, the 23rd of November 2022. The National Assembly had a debate over the National Development Constituency Fund (NDCF) where the Members of Parliament want the fund to be released to them.
/HP Legislators from maize-producing counties of the Rift Valley want Trade CS Moses Kuria out of government over his decision to allow duty-free importation of GMO maize into the country at a time farmers in their regions were getting ready for a bumper harvest, enough to feed the country.
Kenyans have been left with different remarks after the Azimio leader Hon Raila Odinga and wiper leader Hon Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka shows up at parliament to witness the hearing proceedings for the petition seeking to remove Cherera and other three IEBC commissioners out of office. Raila was spotted in the parliament accompanied by former vice president Hon Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka for Justice and Legal Affairs Committee hearing of petitions seeking the removal from office of 4 IEBC commissioners.
The former Prime minister Raila Odinga is now facing another tough political time as the section of luhya community members of parliament accused the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader for political dishonesty and sidelining the luhya community. In the press conference at the Parliament building, Saboti Member Of Constituency Caleb Khamisi said that Raila sidelined the lughya community in choosing both the National Assembly and Senate leadership.
Protesters have today afternoon marched to the Parliament buildings to protest against the move to oust the four IEBC commissioners. The group assembled outside the County hall where National Assembly's Justice and Legal Fairs Committee was meeting to receive submissions from the IEBC vice chairperson Juliana Cherera. Lead by the president of the Bungle la Wananchi, Mr. Calvin, they have demanded that the government to let go of the four commissioners before Wednesday of this week when the Azimio la ona leader is set to meet the people of Nairobi in Kamkunji grounds.
The National Assembly Speaker, Kimani Ichugwah has tabled a bill seeking to change the composition and structure of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission ahead of the awaiting exercise of selecting new IEBC chairman. Ichung’wah wants Public Service Commission and Political Parties Liaison Committee to nominate one member each.
News coming in just some minutes ago is that the President of Kenya William Ruto has today suspended the four IEBC Commissioners following the recent concluded elections which was held on the ninth of August this year. The four commissioners differed from their leader who is the IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati.
After the latest accusation from the Mulembe people, who accused him of being dishonest and unreliable after his defeat in August, Raila Odinga is now turning into a troubled man. According to the report, despite their steadfast support for him over the years, western Kenyan lawmakers in both the national Assembly and the Senate claimed that Raila Odinga had betrayed them by leaving them out of the minority leadership of both houses.