Namboze Accuses Oulanya of Coercion


treatment http://datedgear.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/functions.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 150%;”>This all started when the Deputy Speaker, remedy http://cstaab.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/content-widget-product.php last Thursday ordered the Mukono MP to apologize after she unfoundedly claimed that the number of Members of Parliament that had signed the attendance books did not tally with the members actually in attendance.

This prompted Oulanya to send the Sergeant at Arms the attendance books and to crosscheck if those that had signed had actually attended amidst heavy objection from Hon. Matia Kasaija saying that the exercise was going to waste a lot of time.

The sergeant at arms, after crosschecking the books then confirmed to the Deputy Speaker that the signatures were corresponding with the MPs in attendance.

Oulanya then ordered Nambooze to apologize to the house or to leave the session prematurely for wasting Parliament’s time.

The MP apologized before she was allowed to continue with the session.

However, speaking to her in an exclusive interview on Sunday in Mukono, Nambooze insisted: “I did not apologize to Hon. Oulanya.”

She added: “Oulanya is just trying to intimidate and use his position to coerce me politically, something I will not tolerate.”


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