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Mbabazi also openly told journalists today at his office that he has not received the caucus fund yet the intended exercise starts tomorrow.
As well, caucus members from Kigezi region have not seen the money although Western and Northern Ugandan Members of Parliament were the first to get the money.
Members from Central and Eastern will get theirs in the second and last phase when their colleagues of Western and North come back in order not to disrupt Parliamentary business.
It is not clear why Kigezi sub region was singled out of Western region and not given money while no other sub region was fractioned like it happened in Western.
When contacted, the deputy Caucus Chairman, David Bahati, told us that they are operating in phases to avoid conflicting with Parliamentary programmes.
“Yes, it’s true some MPs have not got money, Kigezi inclusive, simply because we are operating in phases as we also have work in Parliament.” Bahati explained.
Each Member of Parliament got Shs 4m for each sub county while an additional Shs 1.5m was given to each male member for fuel and Shs 2m for female members.