Chaotic debate exposed MPs' soft underbelly

John Mbadi

Minority Leader in the National Assembly John Mbadi shows one of his finger that he alleged was bitten by Soin -Sigowet MP Kisengeret Koross during Parties Amendment Bill voting at Parliament Buildings on December 29, 2021.

Photo credit: Jeff Angote | Nation Media Group

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House of chaos • The chaotic debate in Parliament has “exposed the soft underbelly of MPs, who, under normal circumstances, would be buddies when discussing their perks, says W. Kimariech. The Tangatanga camp, he adds, is threatening to stop the process in court should Parliament fails to do so. Why waste time in Parliament — unless they’re saying courts are rubber stamps?” His contact [email protected].


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