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‘Apologize’ Kadaga tells MPs

KadagaThe speaker of parliament asked the group of people who opposed her decision of retaining the four MPs in parliament  who had been expelled by the NRM party to apologize. This follows the recent Supreme Court ruling that Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga was constitutional when she refused to expel the rebel National Resistance Movement MPs from parliament after they were expelled by their party.
Kadaga while chairing parliament says that the former Attorney General Peter Nyombi , the member of parliament for Kibuku county Saleh Kamba, among others should apologize for wasting parliament time when they dragged parliament to court over retaining the  four MPs who include Wilfred Niwagaba ,Mohemmad Nsereko ,Barnabus Tinkasiimire and Theodore Sekikubo  after being expelled from NRM party.
The  Supreme Court has ruled that Members of Parliament do not lose seats if expelled by their political parties.
Kadaga says that the four members should think about returning on the side of NRM party in parliament. The government chief Whip Ruth Naknkabirwa welcomed  the four mps to their party seats as one of the four MPs, Theodore Sekikubo, said in all they went through parliament is the winner.

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