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Ruto challenges MPs to maximize on state-of-the-art Bunge tower


President Dr William Ruto has challenged members of Parliament to maximize on state-of-the-art Bunge tower to give their best to the people.

The President noted that parliament as an institution has no choice but to deliver rigorous effective and consistent representation legislation and oversight.

Speaking during the opening of the Ksh 9.6 billion Bunge Towers, the president noted that the facility affirms to Kenyans that there will be no excuses for poor negligence or attentive performance by the law makers.

The president also noted that the Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC) will save millions of shillings annually which went to rent facilities for parliamentary meetings.

The 28-storey building comes with a set of luxurious amenities for Kenyan legislators including a gym, a beauty parlor and a restaurant.

It will also house committee rooms where members will conduct their businesses.

Linking the offices with parliament buildings is an underground tunnel, ostensibly for the security and comfort of MPs.

MPs will be expected to occupy the building in two phases; Phase one will involve moving members from KICC to the Tower or other alternative accommodation, and phase two will have MPs from Continental House occupy the tower.

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