Wadyajena told Musarara, who had been asked to explain how Drotsky Investments ended up importing the wheat instead of Gmaz, that only he could directly respond to questions, not his lawyer Lewis Uriri.
“We object to that because the Clerk of Parliament conceded to us exercising our constitutional right …I will not accept that. Your interpretation of the letter by the clerk is wrong,” Musarara protested in between interjections by Wadyajena.
“Order please. Let us follow the rules. The letter reads ‘…however, all the questions will be put to you. You will solely be responsible for responding, but you will be allowed to consult your lawyer’, that is what it says. You have the copy, don’t you?” Wadyajena said.
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