clinic purchase http://context-beermann.de/media/widgetkit/widgets/twitter/styles/list/template.php geneva; font-size: small;”>What has infuriated journalists at Parliament today is that the Bujenje County MP denies any wrong doing in the saga, leaving the nation wondering why she has chosen to quit.
“I did not do anything wrong. My station manager at KBS entered a Memorandum of Understanding with UBC without my knowledge,” she says, raising fears President Yoweri Museveni could have forced her to resign.
In her arrogant statement, Kabakumba says she enjoyed every moment of her service to her nation Uganda.
The once powerful minister says as a responsible leader, she is always mindful of not letting down the trust bestowed on her by Museveni and people of Uganda.
“However to err is human. Even when we still begrudge the manner in which justice may have been exercised to its logical limit, it’s my humble patriotic duty and in the interest of democracy, my party NRM and indeed my biological family, I will for now give way to allow smooth and unfettered consideration of the controversy in which I find myself in,” she says.
“I therefore resign my current responsibility of Minister in Charge of the Presidency and Kampala Capital Authority with effect from December 14th,” Kabakumba says.
Analysts say had it not been for the intervention of Museveni and vocal media, Kabakumba would have refused to quit.
The development marks the end of her bright career as politician. She remains MP.
Ugandans on social networking website are jubilating. They now want police to take action against her for causing government financial loss, abuse of office and theft.
She never entertained questions. Immedeately after the brief, she was led to the Parliament canteen by hubby Col. Henry Masiko.
More reports coming.