Uganda Parliament’s Intergrity at Stake
By Solomon Lubambula
Mukono Municipality MP Betty Nambooze has threatened to drag parliament to courts of law in case the deputy speaker goes ahead with a debate on the report on the mismanagement of Kampala Capital City Authority. Referring to rule 193 (3) Nambooze raised a complaint by challenging the authenticity and credibility of the report by the Public service and local government saying its debate should be halted to allow investigations.
Nambooze alleges that the report on the Management of Kampala Capital City was forged by the committee chairperson and her deputy just to appease the central government.
TRK Nambooze-suing parliament
In addition to court action, Nambooze considers to seek the intervention of the Inspector General of Government to investigate the committee chairperson Florence Kintu who is accused of corruption.
TRK Nambooze-Investigate Kintu
It’s alleged that the NRM parliamentary Caucus attended by the Kampala Executive Director Jennifer Musisi at state house Entebbe yesterday resolved that the controversial report is adopted in its entirety.
Unconfirmed reports say that the adoption of the Parliamentary public service report would not only give away Kampala Capital City to President Yoweri Museveni but also overhaul the political leadership at the Authority.