Residents of Bukomansimbi County North in Bukomansimbi District led by their MP Ruth Katushabe and her husband Haji H.B. Matovu have endorsed the removal of age limits from the constitution to enable President Yoweri Museveni to stand for President even after ageing 75 years and above.
This was in a consultation meeting that also doubled as laying a foundation for a Health Center lll facility presided over by Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga during the weekend.
The functions was also attended by NRM Vice Chairperson Buganda Region who also doubles as Minister without portfolio in charge of Political Mobilization, Al Haji Maj. Abdul Rahman Naddduli, and a number of MPs including Mathias Kasamba, Simeo Nsubuga, Judith Babirtye, Mariam Naigaga, Rose mutonyi Masaba Butambala’s Lydia and Gomba’s Nayebare, who also contributed shs 500.000 each towards the construction of the health faculty.
At this same event that had about 10 police patrol vehicles, voters did not only support the Rapahel Magyezi amendment, but also told their MP to take the 29 million and use them in the constituency.
Speaking to the voters, Speaker Kadaga promised to ensure that all the presidential promises and pledges are fulfilled and also donated the community two bore holes and promised more as long as they continue supporting the government.
It should be noted that Bukomansimbi is one of the constituencies with limited electricity and piped water to areas like Bigasa and Kitanda sub counties.
The area is also curtailed with lack of bridge Connecting Bukomansimbi and Maddu in Gomba District which have on several occasions been promised by the Head of State but have never been fulfilled regardless of the fact that the area has struggled and voted NRM though the area a DP stronghold.