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Negative criticisms whizzed all over social media branding him “not serious”.
Others say “votes were wasted on him” while many believe “something is wrong with him”.
However, a few good Ugandans agree that MP Katoto should continue playing cards with his iPad to keep healthy.
“All work and no play…” pointed out a Ugandan leaving the comment for his pals to finish.
Interestingly, colleagues agreed that the legislator needs to get time off to play and keep fresh, clear his mind so as to give better ideas in all those committee sittings.
“Let him play, at least he is utilising the iPad and confirming to the tax payers that their money did not go to waste,” clarified a friend.
It should be remembered that the said iPads cost Uganda Shs 1bn.
Parliament argued that the iPads would help MPs access official documents while travelling and cut the cost of stationery that had gone higher and higher.
It emerged that the MPs did not know how to sue iPads and another cash was dished out to train them on how to use the gadgets.
Buying covered, training done, our MPs use their iPads to play cards.
Ugandans have denounced the action and directly expressed their outrage via social media, especially Facebook.
Last year, MPs voted to increase their salaries on top of the millions supposedly for buying their own cars.