Our members of parliament work only three days in a week and it is assumed that the remaining days are used to research on bills that will benefit the welfare of a common mwanachi as it is done in the developed economies, but a majority of them have never in the five years period brought in the house any substantive bills to lift the lives of Kenyans.
So what is the productivity index that the SRC should base on to pay them the billions that they are demanding to be paid?
Many families guide their children in the direction of prostitution in order to gain salary to help support the family for food and other needs.
Girls in particular become extremely vulnerable and desperately need money, and this is when they become the main target for prostitution.
For our MPs to plot on how to pay themselves billions of money before they leave is not only evil but morally wrong.