The Speaker of the National Assembly, Hon. Justin Muturi has underscored the need for popular participation of the citizenry in making political decisions, noting that major democratic gains in the country have been achieved through political participation.
The National Assembly which has been on a one week recess resumed sittings this week on Tuesday November 6, 2018. The House according to the Calender is scheduled undertake legislative business until December 6th, 2018 when it is expected members will break for the long recess that will take the House upto February 11, 2019.
KEPSA NATIONAL ASSEMBLY SPEAKER’S ROUND TABLE- October 5, 2018
The Speaker of the National Assembly Hon. Justin Muturi this morning opened the 5th engagement between the leadership of the National Assembly and the Kenya Private Sector Alliance, dubbed the Speaker’s Round Table, at the Leisure Lodge Resort, Diani. This is the maiden such engagement since the inception of the 12th Parliament.
The Speaker of the National Assembly Hon. Justin Muturi this morning held talks with the new Commissioners at the Salaries and Remuneration Commission. The Commissioners led by the Chairperson Ms. Lyn Cherop Mengich and the Vice Chairperson, Hon. Dalmas Otieno, had called on the Speaker in Parliament, in his capacity as the Chairperson, Parliamentary Service Commission.
The Clerk of the National Assembly Mr. Michael Sialai, this morning met officers from the Office of the Auditor General for an entry meeting, in regards to the Annual Audit for the Financial Year 2017/2018, at his office in Parliament.
_JUBA, South Sudan | 21st September_ – The Bureau of Speakers of the East African Community has today endorsed Kenya’s bid to host the East African Parliamentary Institute (EAPI).
While advancing Kenya’s proposal to host EAPI, at the 12th Meeting of the Bureau, Speaker of the National Assembly, Hon Justin Muturi and Speaker of the Senate, Rt. Hon Kenneth Lusaka noted that Kenya is best placed to host the institute.