Kenyaâ€™s 11th parliament must be tamed and her speaker send home:
By Caleb Simba Bravo
If I were a member of the 11th parliament in the NA I will have been the 1st MP to sponsor a sensor motion against Justin Muturi. In-fact if my motion fails I will resign such that I donâ€™t take part in building and nurturing impunity.
Justin Muturi the former Magistrate speaks so casually on how MPs can make and unmake laws.
He speaks with authority with profound impunity as if heâ€™s above the law.
He has continuously and consistently violated the supreme law with blasphemy and lightheartedness heâ€™s doing this courtesy of tyranny of numbers in the Jubilee wing.
The NA doesnâ€™t recognize any other constitutional office.
They have waged war with SRC, CIC, JSC and in each they have drafted a scheme to tame each one of them.
They have prepared and filed a motion to have them removed from being refereed in the constitution as state officers, such that the business of awarding themselves salaries can be easy.
To tame JSC they have gone against a court order baring them not discuss the conduct of the 6 commissioners and have done so despite the court orders. They only want to control the judiciary such that they are favored in making major rulings that will in future incriminate them.
CIC they want it disbanded forthwith.
To achieve this easily they must
silence the media and the civil society.
1) The draconian Media bill
2) Control NGOs funding.
The 2 bodies have been known for the past 5 years efficiently championing for human rights in informing citizens.
Such serious violations of the law are happening under the watch of the NA speaker Justin Muturi.
The guy who symbolizes the deadly biblical beast sees no one above him not even the written law.
Beast Muturi always reminds MPs that under his watch MPs can unmake laws the way they want.
Beast Muturi who works on strict orders from state house want to take Kenya back to old and shameful moments the Nyayo era.
To achieve this and to ensure that Jubilee is not alone they have continuously bribed some of the opposition MPs to support their bids.
The so called youthful MPs and women reps who campaigned on the platform of change as in age and gender now values money as the change they preached of during the campaigns.
They realize that they are too broke and now its time they fill up their bank accounts.
They speak hiding behind the people.
Will Kenyaâ€™s moment of glory ever be realized?
If only we tame the 11th parliament.