Kampala socialite Zarinah Tlale has accused her former boyfriend Farouk Sempala of behaving as a male prostitute.
According to leaked communications between the duo who parted ways this year after a short-lived sexual affair, pill http://cooperatition.org/wp-includes/class-wp-widget-factory.php Zari also faults Farouk of riding on her name to hook prominent women in foreign countries.
“Please stop lying that I am begging you to come back when it’s me who decided to let it go, see http://creamiicandy.com/wp-includes/class-wp-network.php ” Zari blasts Farouk in one of the leaked messages seen by ChimpLyf.
“Your private parts are on market for women to buy. You know I don’t want you back at all. I survived the bad consequences of dating you.”
Male prostitution is the act or practice of men providing sexual services to either men or women in return for payment. ChimpLyf is not sure where Zari paid for Farouk’s services.
But the pair reportedly spent quality time together in hotels around Kampala whenever Zari was on holidays in Uganda.
Zari’s husband, price Ivan Ssemwanga this year accused Zari of dating a male prostitute – in reference to Farouk, a charge denied by the latter.
The latest development has thrown into the open a cold war between the two ex-lovers.
During their heydays, Zari described Farouk as the sweetest man ever and frequently shared the couple’s romantic moments in photographs on Facebook.
It is thought Zari returned to Ivan’s residence in South Africa after splitting with Farouk.
The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) Members are locked in a four-day Meeting at the County Hall in Nairobi to discuss and review the Assembly’s Rules of Procedure.
The meeting which is been chaired by Hon Chris Opoka-Okumu hopes to come up with revised and/or amended Rules of Procedure which shall then be debated and approved by the House next week on Tuesday.
The technical working session involves the whole House and Members are going through the Rules via a clause by clause modality, physician http://cycling.today/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-plugin-install-list-table.php proposing changes to the text, side effects http://daisho.ca/wp-content/plugins/podpress/podpress_torrent_class.php phrases or otherwise.
The meeting is also taking into consideration other proposed amendments brought to fore by the report of the Committee of the Legal Rules and Privileges on the same.
It remains unclear if members will roll out tough rules to empower them to easily take robust action against EALA boss Zziwa – whom they have tried to impeach in vain.
The Rules of Procedure were first adopted by the first Assembly on 28th November 2001. Thereafter, http://coachesacrosscontinents.org/wp-includes/template.php they were amended in the year 2008, mainly, to take care of expanded membership of the Assembly, following the admission of the Republics of Burundi and Rwanda.
Members are on record on several occasions to have expressed the need to amend certain provisions of the Rules either for purposes of providing clarity, consistency and/or practicability; or to take into consideration new developments over the years.
During the Plenary Sitting in Kigali on October 28, the Speaker Margaret Nantongo Zziwa ruled that the Assembly commences review of the Rules of Procedure immediately.
The ruling followed a Motion introduced by Hon Judith Pareno seeking to adjourn other business in the House until the review/amendment of the said Rules of Procedures were debated on as a matter of priority.
According to Hon Pareno, Article 60 of the Treaty stipulates that the Assembly may make, amend, add to or revoke to the Rules governing the Assembly.
The Motion, which was seconded by Hon Nancy Abisai further stated that the term of Commissioners of EALA ends on December 5, 2014 and that their election is neither provided for in the Administration of EALA Act nor in the Rules of Procedure making the amends necessary.
The original debate on amendments was interrupted on the 26th March 2014 during the Session in Arusha, Tanzania, to allow for Members time to digest proposed amendments by the Legal Rules and Privileges Committee.
Prior to the adjournment, the House had received the Report of the Committee on Legal Rules and Privileges on the review of the Assembly’s Rules of Procedure. The Report presented then by the Chair of the Legal Rules Privileges Committee, Hon Dora Byamukama states that notable developments at the Assembly have since deemed it inevitable to revise the rules of engagement.
Article 49 (2) of the Treaty for the Establishment of the East African Community provides that the Assembly shall make its Rules of Procedure and those of the Committees.