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The four expelled NRM MPs include Mr Theodore Ssekikubo (Lwemiyaga County), Mr Mohammad Nsereko (Kampala Central), Mr Wilfred Niwagaba (Ndorwa East) and Mr Barnabas Tinkasiimire (Buyaga West).
A statement read by the Amama Mbabazi on April 15 stated that effective from April 14, four MPs were expelled by the Central Executive Committee while the Rwampara legislator, Vincent Kyamadidi given a three months suspension for alleged indiscipline.
However the four have denied the charges against them saying even the party leadership members committed most of the charges against them.
On the NRM disciplinary council charge number five which accused them for forming cliques and intrigue within NRM to undermine the party which they rubbished.
They also asserted that it was illegal for Mbabazi to communicate to the electoral commission since it is the mandate of the speaker and Clerk to Parliament to declare their seats vacant.
The four stated they would remain in the house since they were elected by their voters comprising of all parties not NRM leadership.
Today, Kadaga will announce her stand on whether the MPs should maintain their parliamentary seats or leave them.
Meanwhile the NRM party electoral commission has already invited aspirants to pick up nomination forms in the four constituencies to replace the expelled MPs.