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The party Chief Whip, Justine Kasule Lumumba, confirmed to us that today is the day they shall find the right persons from their majority of over 270 members to finish the second last term of commissioners.
“We would have done it weeks ago but we didn’t have ample time due to many activities. Today is sacrificed to handle that and at the end of the day, we shall be having our new commissioners to be presented in the sitting of the House,” Lumumba said on phone.
Our sources say the caucus had nominated 14 names to be presented to the CEC of which six have been shortlisted for action today where the lucky two men and one woman are expected to take the powerful positions in the legislative body of government.
Insiders who spoke on conditions of anonymity say the party is not happy with the outgoing commissioners who are accused of toeing with the Speaker, Rebecca Kadaga, and many times going against the party lines putting party into disrepute.
The Kinkizi West Member of Parliament, Chris Baryomunsi, and Emmanuel Dombo, have many times disagreed with their party lines in many crucial and controversial matters in the House.
In late 2012 when their fellow member died, Baryomunsi and Dombo, all medical doctors, involved what government considered a parallel post-mortem and investigation into what killed former Buteleja Woman MP, Cerinah Nebanda, in which the state was suspected of having a hand.
The event resulted into the arrest of Chris Baryomunsi, detention at the Standard Investigations Unit and subsequently being charged in the court with his medical colleague Dr. Silvester Onzivua, a pathologist from Mulago.