Parliament had some comic relief after the majority leader Aden Duale warned the honorable member against ‘hanging out’ with parliament staff until late hours of the night
Duale said that the members were getting too close to the staff in parliament hence derailing them from performing their work.
Minority leader John Mbadi said that the staff and the parliament members were over the age of 18 years and were free to interact however they wanted.
Duale: We are supposed to be role models; you can have your business with other people out there but please do not have 'funny funny business' with the staff here
Mbadi: Honourable members are adults; we do not employ anyone below 18 years so they know what they are doing pic.twitter.com/SjV3tk4udX
— Citizen TV Kenya (@citizentvkenya) February 22, 2018
John Mbadi said that all people employed at parliament were adults and that they knew what they were doing.
Majority leader Duale said that the members of parliament were supposed to be careful not to be classified as dishonorable as if there was rot in parliament it truncated to all the members .
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