Mr Ethuro described the Senate as a House of wisdom that should never be interfered with.

He said the Senate has played a pivotal role in safeguarding devolution and has protected the interests of the minority and marginalised groups such as youth, women and disabled people.

“We have a serious commitment for our country. We have brought amendments for the course of the youth,” he said.

The Senate speaker also cautioned the National Assembly against what he termed as “bashing of the Judiciary” due to decisions made by courts deemed unsuitable by the MPs.

He said the Judiciary is an independent organ established in the Constitution to oversight other organs of the State and should not be panelised for discharging its functions.

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