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WATCH: The moment Senator Karen Nyamu was ejected from chambers over ‘inappropriate dressing’



Newly-nominated Senator Karen Nyamu was expelled from the Senate on Tuesday in the late afternoon for violation of parliamentary protocol.

This was preceded by a contentious discussion following a petition from Migori Senator Eddy Oketch to Speaker Amason Kingi regarding his colleague’s attire, which he believed had brought the House into shame.

“I am really getting concerned with the kind of leadership that the majority side is showing this House. We are watering down the essence of Parliament,” he said.

Speaker Kingi then kicked her out of Senate chambers after giving his ruling on her dress code.

“Senators are required not to enter the chamber lounge or dining room without being properly dressed; male MPs must wear collared long-sleeved shirts, a tie, a pair of socks and shoes. Women, on the other hand, should wear clothes that are decent, formal, and are of business-wear nature. Senator Nyamu, I’m afraid you do not fit the bill and I am going to ask you to leave the chambers, dress properly and come back to the chambers,” he said.

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