Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Kenyan lawmaker kicked out for bringing her baby into the parliament (video)

A Kenyan lawmaker, Zulekha Hassan, was today kicked out of parliament because she was there with her baby.

Speaking with the Citizen Kenya shortly after she was kicked out, she said;

“Today, I had an emergency, what was I supposed to do? Miss parliament? That’s why I just came with her. I knew I would be staying here just for a while and later when my situation is better, I would go. But if there was a room or a creche or nursery, I would then be able to put my baby there.”

A standing order of the National Assembly however says strangers are not allowed into the House including children. Watch the video of how she was kicked out below...


5 comments:

  1. The Kenyan parliament is wrong for doing that. Was there not a case in which an Australian MP was breastfeeding her baby while she made a speech at the Parliament. Nonsense

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  2. I hope the preliminary session they were having will save the world tomorrow

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  3. Let's say the truth, Baby aren't meant to be in certain places. She should have taken that day off or someone to look after her baby


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  4. Coming from a country that imported Jesus what do you expect

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