On 7th August Kwale Woman Representative Zulekha Hassan brought the House business to a stand still after walking into the National Assembly with her five-month-old baby, Mwana Baraka.
From the stories making rounds on social media, we understand that the house was inactive for 20 minutes as National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale immediately drew attention towards the baby as he told the Deputy Speaker Chris Omulele that there was “presence of a stranger” in the House.
This forced the lady and her baby to be thrown out of parliament something that left most Kenyans including Pastor Godfrey Migwi angry.
Godfrey condemns politicians!
In a new post shared by outspoken city pastor Godfrey Migwi; he came out bashing the politicians who couldn’t handle the presence of a baby in parliament.
According to the pastor we continue to act like our own colonizers if something like a baby being carried to parliament can cause a stir.
He went on to give examples of whites who carried their toddlers to parliament and were allowed to have them present and even breastfed them. Through his Facebook page he wrote saying;