Kenya’s Lawmaker Kicked out of Parliament for Taking Her Baby to the Chambers

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A Kenyan lawmaker was on Wednesday kicked out of parliament after she disrupted House proceedings by entering the chambers with her five-month-old baby.

Luanda MP, Christopher Omulele, who was the temporary Speaker, ordered the Kwale Woman Representative Zulekha Hassan out of the chambers saying babies are not allowed on the floor of Parliament. He advised the MP to use facilities designated by the Parliamentary Service Commission for lactating mothers.

Be that as it may, Zuleikha defended her actions arguing that Parliament has failed to provide lactating members with specially designed rooms to breastfeed their babies.

Addressing the press later, Hassan said she had no choice but to bring her baby to Parliament after she got an emergency and suggested that a mother’s room be put in place to curb such situations.

Meanwhile, Kitui South MP Rachael Nyamai demanded that a nursery be set up in Parliament Buildings and threatened that women MPs will start coming with their children if that is not implemented.

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