The Senate wants CSs Fred Matiang’i (Interior), Joe Mucheru (ICT) and Attorney General Paul Kihara to show up before them on Monday as a rule.
Headed by Johnson Sakaja, the Senate Committee on National Security concurred that the three ought to show up face to face and clarify the National Integrated Identity Management System famously known as ‘Huduma Namba’ process.
The three had neglected to show up before the Senate board to clarify on NIIMS that took of recently
Matiangi had rather sent CAS Patrick Ntutu who had asked the National Security, Defense and Foreign Relations advisory group for 14 days to give the required data.
Yet, Sakaja and the legislators were incensed by the way that three did not show up senate on Thursday morning.
“You have 30 congresspersons before you… what’s more, the correspondence was with you by February 22 to show up here. This resembles a deferring strategy,” Sakaja said.
“As you are doing that postponing strategy, the procedure is going on… the Interior PS is in Radio Citizen at the present time and can’t converse with senators…AG is stating they are going to the State of Judiciary occasion.”
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Sakaja requested that the three to show up before the house on March 11 at 8 am face to face.
We will welcome every single invested individual. Up to that point, this procedure ought to be suspended…if you are accessible tomorrow we will take a seat and talk.. up to that point the Senate coordinates that the issue be suspended until your associates think that its well that they show up hereSakaja
Be that as it may, such a choice to suspend the procedure must be taken by the entire House through the reception of a report.