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MPs Need 125 Signatures To Censure Tumwebaze

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According to rule 98 of the Ugandan parliament, the petitioners now have 10 days to collect at least one third of signatures (125) and if those days elapse without the required signatures, the censure will be no more.



According to an inside source, the censure team led by the Kween county MP, Abdi Fadhil Chemaswet, the MPs so far have only three signatures.


Those who signed are Chemaswet himself, Gerald Karuhanga, the Western Youth MP, who is said to be the brain behind it all but tactically chose a majority ruling NRM member and another not yet established.


“We are confident that we will collect the required 125 signatures to censure Tumwebaze,” Karuhanga was quoted as saying.


On Wednesday, the NRM caucus tabled the censure move but some MPs disputed it apart from Chemaswet who argued that Tumwebaze’s conduct at City Hall was “a blunder because it inflicted pain on many people”.


“I can’t drop what I have started given what happened at KCCA,” he affirmed.

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