Parliament was thrown into an uproar last night after Nominated MP Millie Odhiambo claimed that 15 per cent of her colleagues are gay. Her remarks drew sharp criticism and numerous points of order from MPs who demanded that she substantiate her claim or withdraw and apologise.Debate on the nomination of Dr Willy Mutunga as Chief Justice, Nancy Baraza as Deputy CJ and Keriako Tobiko as the Director of Public Prosecutions was forgotten for a while as agitated MPs stood up to be heard.Millie, who was seconding the motion moved by the chairman of the Constitution Implementation and Oversight Committee Abdikadir Mohammed, stood her ground saying she was quoting from a report presented to the committee by lawyer Betty Murungi. Assistant minister Kilemi Mwiria came to her defence confirming that the report had been tabled before the committee.Justice Minister Mutula Kilonzo informed the House that the report indicated that 15 per cent of all Kenyans are gay and that it did not make any specific references to the MPs....Read more click http://eastafricaradiousa.com/blog/?p=5771
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