Speaking to journalists outside Parliament buildings, Maji Maji stated that he failed to understand why the Senate had held nine sessions without coming up with a concrete decision.
In his address, the former MCA aspirant stated that a section of Kenyans were not privy to how the current revenue stalemate would affect them on a personal level because the government had not provided civic education.
“Mr Speaker, men and women of power, organised and powered by the people cannot meet nine times consistently and fail to come up with a logical decision in the interest of the people they so work for.
“I have watched all the nine sessions painfully and failed to comprehend why the decision had become so difficult and evasive. A yes or a no is still a decision,” he conveyed.
He stated that the Senate was disorderly and asked the speaker to invoke his powers to make sure that the constitution was duly followed and a decision arrived at.
“All we need is money disbursed to counties in relations to people development,” he stated.
The former musician of the Gidi Gidi-Maji Maji duo advised Lusaka to declare the senate as disordely, stating that it would be in the interest of Kenyans.
On Monday, August 17, Lusaka called for a special session to deliberate on the way forward on the revenue sharing formula impasse that had paralysed most of the counties across the country.
The senate adjourned the 10th time and formed a Special Committee by opposing including; Johnson Sakaja (Nairobi), Kipchumba Murkomen (Elgeyo Marakwet), Mutula Kilonzo Jnr (Makueni), Susan Kihika (Nakuru), Samson Cherargei (Nandi), Moses Kajwang (Homa Bay), Ledama Ole Kina (Narok), Moses Wetang’ula (Bungoma), Anwar Loitiptip (Lamu), Stewart Madazyo (Kilifi) and Nderitu Kinyua (Laikipia).