21st September, 2022
National Assembly Deputy Speaker Gladys Shollei says Kenyans should not be concerned about the amount allotted to the ongoing MPs induction exercise.
On Tuesday, September 20, when asked how much Parliament had set aside for the week-long exercise, Shollei stated that Kenyans should be concerned about the impact of the induction process on the members, rather than what it would cost taxpayers.
“I do not know how much it is but I know it is not a lot. If we want legislators to understand the budget making process, this is a cost that must be spent with pride because at some point it will bear the fruits,” the deputy speaker said.