MPs should avoid luxurious life – Deputy Speaker Oulanyah

The Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah

The Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah cautioned both former and current Members of Parliament to avoid luxurious life and spending.

Oulanyah made the remarks while opening the 14th Annual General Meeting of the Parliamentarian cooperative Savings and Credit Society held at Parliament.

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Oulanyah says some MPs buy themselves expensive clothes to impress people yet they can also buy the same things from down town at a low price with a spirit of saving money for their future in case they do not make it to parliament again.

He says the MPs who borrow money from Parliaments SACCO should plan for the money before they acquire it.The speaker also asked the formers MPs not to give up on the spirit of coming back to parliament.

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