Waz ya talkin' about Wiilard?
November 5, 2008 PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES
Mr. Deputy Speaker, Sir, the
President-elect, Mr. Obama, is a son of the soil
of this country. Every other country in this
continent is celebrating the Obama win. It is
only proper and fitting that the country which
he originates from should show the same
excitement, pomp and colour. I, therefore, seek
leave of the House that we adjourn to discuss
Mr. Deputy Speaker: Order! Order!
Ms. Odhiambo, Standing Order No.20 says:-
"Any hon. Member may at any
time rise in his place and seek
leave to move the adjournment
of the House for purposes of
discussing a definite matter of
PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES November 5, 2008
urgent national importance."
This means national "Kenyan" importance.
The election of Senator Barrack Obama---
An hon. Member: It is President Obama!
Mr. Deputy Speaker: President-elect has
not been sworn-in yet. The election of
President-elect Obama is of utmost national
importance to the United States of America. Ms.
Odhiambo, you are a lawyer. You had better be
very careful where you transgress between
watching your own sovereignty and what can be
interpreted in some quarters as some form of
treason. We appreciate and respect him. We are
happy and we were looking forward to his
election. It is not a matter of urgent definite
national importance to Kenya. In any case, whereas
the ruling from the Chair would not have been any
different, you are supposed to approach the Chair
at least two hours in advance and give a notice of
Nonetheless, let us hold our horses. Let the
excitement not make us look like American
citizens. We are citizens of the sovereign Republic
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