Minister Evelyn Anite has this morning chocked the National Resistance Movement haters with bitter words.
Speaking to the media at parliament, Anite said that described Today Thursday 21st September as a wonderful day. “I woke up in my spirit. This is the day for young people, I don’t care about those who don’t like Mzei.”
Anite added that those who don’t support the decision to scrap off age limit from the constitution don’t have a clear argument. All they are saying is ‘tojjikwatako’. “If people didn’t touch the Constitution in 1995, political parties wouldn’t be existing.”
“If there is a lacuna in the Constitution, it is our constitutional duty and mandate to remove that lacuna. I have nothing to regret, my constitution, which I’m going to amend, tells me that the army will defend me.” She said.