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Ssegirinya Returns From Nairobi Ahead Of Swearing In

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By Gad Masereka
Today checks last day of the four days of swearing in of the eleventh parliament and uplifting news coming today shows that Kawempe North MP Ssegirinya Muhammad moniker Mr Updates got back to Uganda the previous evening ahead of swearing in.
Ssegirinya is set to make vow notwithstanding as yet being not yet completely steady as he is as yet going through treatment. He has been in Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi, for treatment for nearly 30 days after he was delivered from Kitalya Prison. His page detailed that the specialists at Nairobi Hospital analyzed that he had been harmed.
The MP choose is said to have mentioned the assistant of parliament to permit him make vow through zoom however his returning shows that his solicitation was turned down.
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Swearing in spectators particularly via online media are continually paying special mind to episodes that make the occasion look so Ugandan, on the off chance that you know, you know.
Recently it without a doubt occurred after co spouses of the Arua member of parliament smashed at the platform with each needing to be the nearest to the husband who was making vow.
The vow taking function at the eleventh parliament has once more today got somewhat entertaining as the new agent for individuals of Bubulo east, Hon John Musila was confirmed.
Musila was committed to rehash his vow of faithfulness after he enthusiastically utilized the Rastafarian ‘Jah’ rather than God. He burned through no time and rehashed the promise.
It ought to be noticed that, an aggregate of 265 MPs had been confirmed (from the very beginning to day two). Today 130 MPs are set to be confirmed and by press time, the representative of parliament had reported a break subsequent to overseeing pledges to 68 MPs.
The occasion will continue this evening at 1.30 pm.

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