– MPs want external catering services from a 5-star hotel
– They said the quality of the food they served in Parliament was very poor
– Legislators have suggested that their food should only be cooked by professional chefs
– a report was tabled in Parliament recommending changes to Members' services and facilities
– The report was developed after a marking exercise in the UK and Northern Ireland
Members of the 12th Parliament fervently protested the quality of the food they served when visiting the August House, claiming it was ill-prepared.
MEPs have called for their catering services to be outsourced from a 5-star hotel, where food will only be prepared by professional chefs and not by random staff employed by the PSC.
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In a debate on a report on Members' services and services, MEPs, led by Adun Duale, the majority leader of the National Assembly, called for full implementation of the recommendations contained in the Chamber's report.
That report recommended several changes, including the construction of two cafes, the renovation of the Parliament's kitchen, bar and restaurant, as well as the members' salon.
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TUKO.co.ke understands the committee, chaired by Nyaribari Masaba, deputy Ezekiel Machogu, presented the report following a banknote set-up exercise in the United Kingdom (UK) and Northern Ireland.
The committee has been in constant talks with President Justin Muturi to impose the implementation of the recommendations.
"We have taken action to follow up on this issue and called the CCS President in this regard. Only 20% of the recommendations have been adopted," Machogu told Parliament.
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This was not the first time that MPs protested about the quality of the food they were serving.
In February 2018, lawmakers suspended the work of the day to discuss what they considered an urgent matter.
"Mr. Speaker, the type of tea we serve when we come here has very little milk. It seems that this was offered during the funeral," said Suna East MP, Junet Mohammed, who launched the stormy session.
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Muturi asked Muturi President to specify the catering department to improve the quality of food for honorable members.
They also raised concerns about the cost of food in Parliament's dining room and said they spend too much to serve low-quality meals.
There was also the issue of waiting for food like high school students.
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