Ssekikubo refutes allegations of auctioning MPs’ signatures at 2 billion shillings.

Theodore Ssekikubo, the Lwemiyaga County MP and one of the movers of the censure motion against the three parliamentary commissioners and former Leader of Opposition Mathias Mpuuga, has refuted allegations that they are auctioning the collected signatures of MPs at 2 billion shillings.

Ssekikubo denied the claims, stating that the rumors are being spread by detractors to demoralize others from signing the petition.

He emphasized that none of the lead petitioners is worth 2 billion shillings and that they are not worthy any monetary valve.

Ssekikubo also updated the public on the progress of the signatures, stating that tomorrow will be the last day of collecting signatures, after which they will draft the motion and petition it to the Speaker of Parliament, Anita Among, through the Clerk of Parliament, Adolf Mwesigye.

The censure motion targets the three commissioners who include Solomon Silwanyi, Prossy Akampurira, Esther Afoyochan and former LoP Mpuuga, who share a service award of 1.7 billion shillings.

By Namagembe Joweria

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