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Fire Works As MPs Move To remove Mbabazi, Onek

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pharm buy information pills geneva; font-size: small; mso-bidi-font-family: Calibri; mso-ansi-language: EN;”>MPs who had earlier lost appetite in overthrowing Mbabazi and Onek on allegations of receiving oil bribes were enraged by yesterday Monday’s article in New Vision in which they were described by the newspaper C.E.O Robert Kabushenga as “broke”.

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Mukula further explained that Kabushenga had hit the bees and should prepare his seat belt for a bumpy roll coaster ride today.

The former state Health Minister, in a reply to our message on twitter last evening, said Kabushenga should expect fire for ridiculing MPs and their speaker Rebecca Kadaga.

MPs last night revealed Kabushenga was working tooth and nail to humiliate and intimidate Kadaga a day before today’s motion aimed at removing the two government officials from Parliament with force.

MP Theodore Ssekikuubo had earlier told this website that Mbabazi and Onek will face a severe punishment for contempt of Parliament.

Kadaga assured the anti-Mbabazi camp of legislators that despite missing on last Thursday’s order paper, the censure motion would be discussed today Tuesday.

Mbabazi and Onek have refused to step down despite a Parliamentary order directing them to do so to allow investigations into reports that he he accepted bribes from Eni and Tullow oil companies respectively.

“Censure? Impossible,” Mbabazi responded when asked on his feeling to a cesnure motion in Parliament.

It has also emerged that there is a deepening rift between Mbabazi and city tycoon Hassan Bassajabalaba.

In his article, Kasbushenga accuses MPs of not following up the ‘con acts’ of the tycoon who wanted to rip off government shs142bn but instead took time and resources to witch-hunt Mbabazi and Onek.

More details on this rift coming. But the debate that could shape politics for future generation is on today.

“If the world does not come to a standstill today, the sun will,” an MP said, in reference to the drama that will dominate Parliamentary debate today.

“All you need is to tune your cells, buy popcorns and enjoy the debate,” Mukula said. MP Kisos Chemaswet will today move the motion which shall be supported by Ssekikuubo.

Efforts by NRM caucus to block the motion during yesterday’s meeting at parliament flopped.

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