•President of the Kenya Editor’s Guild (KEG) Churchill Otieno and media consultant Mark Kaigwa will be the presenters.
•This is the first time the senators will converge after their swearing-in on September 8.
Senate Speaker Amason Kingi will on Tuesday open a five-day induction for senators in Naivasha.
The theme will be: Understanding The Mandate of the Senate And Strengthening Devolution Through Legislative Agenda.
This will be 3rd Senate since devolution with 68 senators; 47 elected and 21 nominated.
Key speakers expected to address the legislators include Chief Justice Martha Koome, Cabinet Secretaries for Treasury, Devolution, Foreign Affairs and the Attorney general among others.
According to the clerk of the Senate Jeremiah Nyegenye, the senators were expected to check in at Sawela Lodge on Monday evening from 4 pm.
Key discussions centre on devolution and the relationship with different arms of government, emerging challenges and expectations.
The members will also be taken through the legislative agenda, the relationship with constitutional commissions and independent offices and matters of national security in a session that will bring together experts and panellists drawn from the Commission on Revenue Allocation, the office of the Auditor General, Controller of Budget, Anti-graft body EACC, and the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights among others.
Besides being appraised on Kenya’s foreign policy, the senators will have a plenary discussion on media relations and public awareness to be moderated by former journalist and Kitui county senator Enoch Wambua.
President of the Kenya Editor’s Guild (KEG) Churchill Otieno and media consultant Mark Kaigwa will be the presenters.
This is the first time the senators will converge after their swearing-in on September 8.
Kingi was elected third Speaker of the Senate to be deputised by Meru Senator Murungi Kathuri all of whom belong to the Kenya Kwanza coalition.
The vote was however boycotted by a section of the Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Senators who walked out just before the process started.