Mliswa accuses Shumba of protecting Sakunda boss


HON. MLISWA: Because we had brought all these issues up in our meeting, they were not minuted, as such, what is the point of even tendering evidence when what we are saying in the meetings is not minuted – [HON. MEMBERS: Inaudible interjections.] – it has become a dysfunctional Committee, a one man band.

THE HON. SPEAKER: Alright I have understood.

HON. MLISWA: Thank you – [HON. MEMBERS: Inaudible interjections.] –

THE HON. SPEAKER: Order, order.  I have directed and the Hon. Chairperson is here that your Committee, Hon. Shumba writes to the Clerk of Parliament inviting the Clerk of Parliament to come and sit in the Committee and hear what the problems are, and we will take it up from there – [HON. MEMBERS: Hear, hear.] –

 HON. SHUMBA: Hon. Speaker, the Hon. Member is on record with his averements I do not intended to go into detail but it is good that the Parliament understands the truth and his insatiable appetite to upstage the Chair.  I will go very briefly Mr. Speaker; Parliament has called Sakunda and Sakunda appeared twice before Parliament, but the Hon. Member wants to deal with it as an individual in Sakunda –  [HON. MEMBERS: Inaudible interjections.] –  

THE HON. SPEAKER: You address the Chair as Hon. Speaker Sir.

HON. SHUMBA:  Thank you Hon. Speaker Sir.  I am saying if the Hon. Member could allow me to speak; I was quiet when he was speaking.  Hon. Speaker Sir….

THE HON. SPEAKER:  Are you raising a debate because I have ruled.

HON. SHUMBA:  Mr. Speaker Sir….

THE HON. SPEAKER:  I have ruled, please take your seat.

HON. SHUMBA:  Thank you Mr. Speaker Sir, I shall wait for the proper process to follow – [HON. MEMBERS: Inaudible interjections.] –

THE HON. SPEAKER: Order, the due process shall follow and the truth cannot be hidden under the table, I thank you.


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