MPs Complain Over Lack of Toilet Paper in Parliament

June 8, 2016

m[pMembers of Parliament have now shifted their attention Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich, for lack of toilet paper in the house.
Speaking at a meeting between Rotich and the National Assembly’s Budget and Appropriations Committee (BAC) on Monday, Kinangop MP Stephen Mburu decried the lack of basic amenities.
“There is no toilet paper in Parliament. I have no office. I have not tasted the services of a parliamentary office. I am accommodated in a filthy office out there. Parliament is having serious problems,” he said.
They forced Rotich to allocate them an additional Sh4 billion, saying they faced more serious challenges too embarrassing to mention in front of the media.
Led by Mbeere South MP Mutava Musyimi, they rejected the initial proposal of Sh24.8 Million which was to cater for both houses.
Rotich however castigated them for the ‘diva’ demands, saying they had not even exhausted last year’s allocation.

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