Nyali Member of Parliament Mohammed Ali (Moha Jicho Pevu) has requested for a special sitting of the National Assembly.
According to a letter seen by Dailytrends.co.ke , Moha Jicho Pevu wants parliament to consider ways of cushioning Kenyans from effects of Covid-19 pandemic.
The letter has been addressed to National Assembly Majority leader Aden Duale and copied to the Leader of Minority Hon John Mbadi.
The Nyali lawmaker in his letter notes that the COVID-19 pandemic has caused untold suffering all over the world, even among the developed nations.
He notes that this is the time the National Assembly should play its constitutional mandate and put fiscal measures through legislative interventions.
The fiscal measures, according to the journalist-turned politician, should assist vulnerable Kenyans who have been forced out of employment, are unemployed are under-privileged and require government assistance for survival.
Have a look at the letter below.
Kenya now has a total of 42 confirmed cases as confirmed by Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe on Sunday evening.
“Kenya has four new confirmed cases of coronavirus, one Kenyan and three foreigners. Kenya now has 42 confirmed cases,” said CS Kagwe.
Nairobi County continues to lead with 31 cases of those who have so far tested positive, followed by Kilifi with six, Mombasa with three, while Kajiado and Kwale with one each. Out of the 42 positive cases, 24 are male while 18 are female.
The CS reported that the Government was doing all it could to ensure safety of the Health workers in their line of duty adding that Kenya was lucky since none of the staff has been infected.Do you have any story you would like to share? Email us at email@example.com and we will publish it. You can also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org