The Parliamentary Service Commission is seeking to award Kenyans Sh100,000 to propose a name for a new multi-storey office block.
The Commission in a statement invited interested Kenyans to participate in a competition where the winner will be awarded the money.
“The commission would like to invite interested citizens to participate in a naming competition to find and appropriate name for the new multi-storey office block. The name must be catchy, reflect the values of the institution of parliament and its stature,” it stated.
The Commission constructed a block which will provide office facilities and services for members of parliament.
“The participants can find further information and submission form from their website and submit their proposed name to their address or to their email to be received on or before 20th June 2022 at 11:00 am,” Director General of Parliamentary Joint Services Clement Nyandiere said.
“The proposed name should be catchy, reflect the values of parliament and its stature,” Nyandiere said.
The project was to be concluded in January 2018, but the completion date was revised to August 23, 2020.
Appearing before the National Assembly Committee on Defence and Foreign Relations, Clerk of the National Assembly Michael Sialai confirmed the handover of the 28-storey Parliament Towers will be done in July.
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