Therefore some of the advantages or strong point of delegated legislation are:as;
(a) Compensation of lost Parliamentary time
Conversely parliamentarians are politicians that who have to spend much of their time into their constituencies in order to initiative various harambee projects, well explain relevant party or government programmes to the people and listen to the problems of their electors also. However the time so spent constitutes a noteworthy reduction of the time compulsory through Parliament for legislation and this reduction can only be salaried for through delegating some of Parliament's legislative powers.
In fact sometimes an urgent law may be needed. So therefore parliament may not respond to this utilization is first, since of the slow and elaborate nature of Parliamentary legislative procedure as well as second, is because of it is not in session at the material time.
However a Government Minister with relevant powers and thinking can respond more effectively within subsidiary legislation that can be enacted in one day, whether necessary there.
(c) Technicality of subject matter
Although parliamentarians are not experts on all matters which may utilize legislation. So there may be advisable, whether not inevitable, to Parliament at times to delegate the enactment of laws of a technical nature to Government Ministers who will be assisted theough the technical officers in Government Ministries and the Attorney-general's chambers.
However the procedure adopted by Ministers to enact laws are, flexible and as stated above, responsive to pressing needs. Thus the flexibility is a consequence of the fact which they are not governed through the elaborate Standing orders that are an essential feature of parliamentary legislative procedure.
Conversely a Minister is free to converse with his officers and adopt then the procedure that appears most appropriate in the state of affairs.