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The NRM Chairman Lwengo district, Hajji Mbabali Muyanja, said during a meeting at Kiyingo Sub county, that the disciplinary committee headed by himself has already drafted the letters summoning these “rebel MPs” to appear before it and face trial.
“Both Gertrude and Ssejoba tried by all means to tarnish Nsambu’s image during the by-election in Bukoto South.”
It is alleged that in a contest between NRM’s Alintuma Nsambu and DP’s Matia Nsubuga Bilekerawo, fellow NRM now rebel MPs, spread propaganda on local radio stations located in Masaka and in Kampala aimed at straining Nsambu’s relations with Buganda Kingdom.
“They alleged that Nsambu refused to kneel before Buganda’s King (Kabaka) stating, that a man cannot kneel before a fellow man.”
In a heated meeting, Lwengo residents decided not to vote the two MPs back to Parliament and that when the Disciplinary Committee is done with them, they will their lose seats.
“We tried to call the accused MPs to elaborate more but their telephone numbers were not available,” explained Mbabali.