Members of Parliament have yet again protested bad food served in Parliament’s cafeteria.
The MPs yesterday demanded implementation of the House report that recommended radical changes in catering services.
Led by Majority Leader Aden Duale the legislators said they cannot do business of cooking food. This should be given to the right people,” said Mr Duale.
They want Parliamentary Service Commission to hire professional chefs comparable to those hired by Five Star Hotel in the city.
The report authored by Committee on Members’ Services and Facilities after bench-marking in the United Kingdom and the Northern Ireland assembly further recommended construction of two more cafeterias on the ground floor of the Red Cross building.
The lawmakers have further recommended overhaul renovation of the current Kitchen, restaurant, bar, still room and members’ lounge. They also want the commission to consider developing a training plan for catering staff based on the proposed skills audit, and attachment for catering staff in five-star hotels.
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