kenya iko mbele

#1
last night, as I was going through you tube, I stumbled upon the south Africa parliamentary proceedings, enyewe kenya iko mbele, I saw our Opiyo's counterpart in SA, only that theirs is 20x lethal....that guy (Julius Malema) is so chaotic, abusive, takes no prisoners, he makes you think that Opiyo is an honorable member.

one thing that I noted, I that their standing orders are very weak, in Kenya, The president is heard in total silence, but for theirs, they are allowed to raise point of orders, their speakers are ladies who are easily intimidated......the only thing they beat is their parliament security, vijanaa wanakaa askari wa Kanju........
another reason to love Kenya.
 

Alchemist

Village Sponsor
#2
last night, as I was going through you tube, I stumbled upon the south Africa parliamentary proceedings, enyewe kenya iko mbele, I saw our Opiyo's counterpart in SA, only that theirs is 20x lethal....that guy (Julius Malema) is so chaotic, abusive, takes no prisoners, he makes you think that Opiyo is an honorable member.

one thing that I noted, I that their standing orders are very weak, in Kenya, The president is heard in total silence, but for theirs, they are allowed to raise point of orders, their speakers are ladies who are easily intimidated......the only thing they beat is their parliament security, vijanaa wanakaa askari wa Kanju........
another reason to love Kenya.
Guess how Tanzanians see us.
 
#7
last night, as I was going through you tube, I stumbled upon the south Africa parliamentary proceedings, enyewe kenya iko mbele, I saw our Opiyo's counterpart in SA, only that theirs is 20x lethal....that guy (Julius Malema) is so chaotic, abusive, takes no prisoners, he makes you think that Opiyo is an honorable member.

one thing that I noted, I that their standing orders are very weak, in Kenya, The president is heard in total silence, but for theirs, they are allowed to raise point of orders, their speakers are ladies who are easily intimidated......the only thing they beat is their parliament security, vijanaa wanakaa askari wa Kanju........
another reason to love Kenya.
President is heard in total silence... Maybe in lake Naivasha
 

mikel

Village Elder
#8
In the Kenya president is still a deity. In SA inasmuch as the ANC is still a behemoth, smaller parties such as EFP have their voices heard especially in parliament. This usually happens when the president comes to deliver the state of the nation address (SONA). Malema and other cadre members do cause chaos, total chaos, acceptable under standing orders. At times ANC does bring in their version of men in black inside the parliament to reign in the likes of Malema. I agree with you, compared to SA Kenyan parliament is too conservative

 
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Grundy

Village Sponsor
#9
last night, as I was going through you tube, I stumbled upon the south Africa parliamentary proceedings, enyewe kenya iko mbele, I saw our Opiyo's counterpart in SA, only that theirs is 20x lethal....that guy (Julius Malema) is so chaotic, abusive, takes no prisoners, he makes you think that Opiyo is an honorable member.

one thing that I noted, I that their standing orders are very weak, in Kenya, The president is heard in total silence, but for theirs, they are allowed to raise point of orders, their speakers are ladies who are easily intimidated......the only thing they beat is their parliament security, vijanaa wanakaa askari wa Kanju........
another reason to love Kenya.
Does having stronger standing orders and listening to the president in total silence improve the economy or how exactly is it helpful Mister Wonderfool Wonder?
 

Afro

Village Elder
#10
In the Kenya president is still a deity. In SA inasmuch as the ANC is still a behemoth, smaller parties such as EFP have their voices heard especially in parliament. This usually happens when the president comes to deliver the state of the nation address (SONA). Malema and other cadre members do cause chaos, total chaos, acceptable under standing orders. At times ANC does bring in their version of men in black inside the parliament to reign in the likes of Malema. I agree with you, compared to SA Kenyan parliament is too conservative

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