SUBA CHURCHILL: Degrees don't necessarily make better legislators

In Summary

• Mzalendo, which seeks to promote public participation in law making, oversight and representation functions of Parliament, said some 34 MPs never contributed in Parliament last year, 31 of them in the National Assembly and three in the Senate.

• Kanu chairman and Baringo Senator Gideon Moi has appeared in two consecutive years as one of the senators who never speaks in the chamber.

The requirement that MCAs, MNAs and senators be holders of university degrees should be scrapped as it would not serve any meaningful purpose.

According to ODM chairman and Suba South MP John ...

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