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Corridors Of Power

By Vision Reporter

Added 17th October 2007 03:00 AM

Editor Nasasira

Works and transport minister Eng. John Nasasira is not only good at civil works but also at editing his colleagues’ contributions in parliament. appearing before the CHOGM select committee, the minister edited Mawokota north MP’s English.

Editor Nasasira

Works and transport minister Eng. John Nasasira is not only good at civil works but also at editing his colleagues’ contributions in parliament. appearing before the CHOGM select committee, the minister edited Mawokota north MP’s English.

Editor Nasasira

Works and transport minister Eng. John Nasasira is not only good at civil works but also at editing his colleagues’ contributions in parliament. appearing before the CHOGM select committee, the minister edited Mawokota north MP’s English. “Honourable Member, I don’t want you to say that we are wasting money on the Entebbe-Kampala road, you should instead say that we are spending money. Wasting money is not correct in this context,” Nasasira said.


Mutuluza worried

MP Claver Mutuluza (Mawokota North) could not hide his sentiments about the state minister for water Janifer Namuyangu. He did not feel that she should be among the delegates to represent Uganda in the business forum during CHOGM. “I don’t think Honourable Namuyangu is good at persuading investors to invest here. Can’t we get other people?” MPs burst out laughing. perceiving Mutuluza’s statement as embarrassing, MP Ruth Tuma (Woman, Jinja) protested but Mutuluza retorted: “It is okay she can be on the team but we need more business people than politicians.”

Popular Besigye

He was defeated in the last presidential polls but he now claims growing popularity. FDC president Dr. Kizza Besigye boasts that his popularity in the diaspora is increasing. briefing the press on his recent fundraising tour in the USA, he said: “It was a successful journey. whoever posed for a picture with me paid some money. The party got some money. I am so popular in the diaspora every time I go there I simply take my stomach because everything is paid for.”


Difficult word

Sometimes some words are confusing and even pronouncing them may be a problem. Kibaale woman MP Juliet Kabonesa was a victim on Tuesday. Seeking clarification from the Civil Aviation Authority officials, the MP referred to the air traffic control radar as a rider. “I don’t know whether I am getting right this word rider you talked about…..” A colleague immediately corrected her.

Corridors Of Power

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