MP Magezi fears to consult alone, Begs for more money and security


The issue of age limit consultations has taken a mega twist with some lawmakers getting raindrop crowds.

The biggest slap has pinned the ruling party members of parliament in support of the lifting of the controversial bill.

Due to this disappointment and frustration, NRM Members have intensified the mobilization with making joint consultative meeting meetings as the best move to dodge shame.

Igara West Member of Parliament Raphael Magezi knelt down for his other district leaders to form a joint consultative meetings following the unrealistic flop more so in his own constituency.

During the meeting, the mover of Age Limit Bill affirmed that it would  be a shaming to him and the district at large if the bill is blocked in his home district thereby calling for unity and support.

Such developments have forced the ruling party also to send in top party administrators to the villages to help in boosting the morale to have the controversial bill sail like river Nile waters.

According to the NRM Secretariat Communications Officer Rogers Mulindwa, Mulindwa adds that deployment is based on 17 sub regions and the exercise is expected to take seven days.

The party’s first National Vice Chairperson Al-Hajji Moses Kigongo will take charge of the Greater Masaka Sub Region.

Richard Todwong, the Deputy Secretary General will take charge of Acholi region, Rose Namayanja, Godfrey Nyakana and Hassan Galiwango will take charge of Kampala,

While Abdul Nadduli will take charge of Greater Luwero and Mukono while Jim Muhwezi and the Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda will be in charge of Ankole and Kigezi respectively.

Such Mega events have emerged following the increasing embarrassment faced but the party members of Parliament’s attempts to vend the Magezi bill to the locals.



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