– Lawmakers want catering services from a 5-star hotel
– claim that the quality of food served in Parliament is very poor
– Legislators have suggested that their food should be cooked only by professional chefs
– A report has been made in Parliament that recommends changes to the Service and content of members
– The report was produced after the exercise in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland
Members of the Twelfth Parliament angrily protested about the quality of the food they served when they visited the August House, arguing that it was poorly prepared.
Lawmakers demanded that their catering services be left from a 5-star hotel, where food would be prepared only by professional chefs, and not by some random people hired by the Parliamentary Services Service (PSC).
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During a debate on the report on the services and facilities of deputies on Wednesday, November 7, the deputies, led by the majority of the National Assembly Aden Duala, called for the full implementation of the recommendations contained in the House report.
The report recommended several changes including the construction of two cafes, renovation of Parliament's kitchen, bars and restaurants and members' daily living.
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TUKO.co.ke understands the Committee, chaired by Niaribari Masab MP Ezekiel Machogu, submitted a report after a drill at a rally in the UK and the National Assembly of Northern Ireland.
The Committee, allegedly, has sought the implementation of recommendations in constant talks with President Justin Muturi.
"We have been tracking this issue and have invited the PSC president in this regard. Only 20% of the recommendations have been passed," Machogu told parliament.
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This was not the first time that MPs protested about the quality of the food they served.
In February 2018, lawmakers suspended business on that day to think about what they considered important things.
"Mr. President, the kind of tea that we are served when we come here has very little milk. It looks as if it was offered during funerals," Suna East MP Junet Mohammed, a stormy session began.
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Members urged President Mutur to improve the hospitality office to improve the quality of food for honorable members.
They also expressed concern over the cost of food in the dining room in Parliament and claimed they were spending too much to serve with low-quality meals.
There was also a solution to food issues such as high school students.
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