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Drama As First Lady Dubs Oil Debate 'Useless'

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But Medard Ssegona argued that Parliament is not talking about how many guns Uganda has.

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“There is nothing to hide. We need information about oil,” said Ssegona.

Medard Bitekyerezo said the reason for convening the House was because of the so-called “confidentiality.” He says everything should be put in the open.

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“The conduct of the House can’t allow us to understand and hear each other and understand where we are going. I think what were are doing here although important, the way we are doing it makes it so useless,” she said but MPs did not take this lightly.

Shortly after the statement, youthful Nsereko Muhammad rose on a point of order, saying the reason why MPs are gathered are of patriotic nature.

He says no one can describe debate as “useless”.

“The MPs who are seated here to study laws can’t be deemed to be debating uselessly. It is in this spirit that Janet Museveni is not in order,’ charged Nsereko.

Kadaga responded that there was a lot of work going on and she didn’t want to disrupt it and call a session like this, emphasizing it wasn’t proper to call debate useless.

She further instructed Janet to withdraw the word “useless.”

In her defense Janet said: “What I wanted to mean is that as rules state, whenever a member is speaking others must be quiet but that hasn’t been happening. Does that make what we have been discussing useful?”

The First Lady added: “I wanted to withdraw the word by saying ‘is it useful to continue the business the way we are?’ I withdraw the word ‘useless.’ I wanted to read the rules of procedure to remind you Rule 70 (c) which says while a member is speaking, all members should be silent and will not make unseeming discussions.”

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