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order http://cleanenergybiofuels.com/wp-includes/feed-rss2-comments.php helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: small; mso-bidi-font-size: 11.0pt;”>The MPs want all oil deals cancelled and an investigation instituted to probe reports that three Ministers Sam Kutesa (Foreign Affairs), Amama Mbabazi (Premier) and Hilary Onek (Internal Affairs) pocketed over Shs100bn dollars as kickbacks from oil companies for favourable terms in agreements of oil drilling.
The MPs last night charged that implicated ministers be arrested and charged with abuse of office and messing up the oil sector.
MP Theodore Ssekikuubo says MPs will not be deterred or intimidated in finding out the truth for Ugandans regarding the stinking corruption in the oil sector.
We are told today is “Mbabazi’s day” after Kutesa was hugely humiliated by MP Karuhanga for taking a 17 Euro bribe from an oil company.
Ssekikuubo is optimistic the drama in Parliament today shall be more dramatic.The session kicks off at 11am sharp.