Dear @dailynation ,
If you're going to talk about a "second vote", shouldn't you report what happened in the first one? To suggest that all that happened after Soipan Tuya took over was just MPs chanting “zero” and walking out is completely disingenuous. nation.co.ke/news/Uh…pic.twitter.com/GCPG…
I wonder what the likes of @RailaOdinga and John Mbadi make of the chaotic scenes in Parliament today, which are reminiscent of the passage of the Security Laws amendments in December 2013 and the 2016 State of the Nation address. Were the 30 pieces of silver worth it? #Handshakepic.twitter.com/a1De…
If Parliament does not overturn the President's memo, then the law fails and we go back to 16% VAT. Saying his memo is the equivalent of law misrepresents of the Constitution. The President cannot unilaterally insert amendments to Parliamentary Acts. @YvonneOkwara
The use of legal authority to deprive a person of his or her freedom of movement is nothing other than an arrest.
Use of "this is not absolutely true," in this statement demonstrates the difficulties of explaining an obvious situation.
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