Opposition to commence nationwide campaign against age limit removal


By Jael Namiganda
opposition members in parliament are  this Friday set to embark on nationwide  sensitization campaign against  amending 102b of the constitution that seeks to lifts the presidential age limit from 75 years.
addressing the press shortly after meeting  with opposition MPs, the opposition chief whip hon Semujju Nganda said that as the supporters of the bill will do their  consultations, theirs  as the opposition will be to sensitize the public to safe guard the constitution especially article 102b.
Ssemujju also stressed that they are to reject the money that the government chief whip Nankabirwa said would be for their facilitation in the same matter.
He said they will reject it simply because the money was allocated for other sectors that are in dire need adding that the move is meant bribe them in name of facilitation.
Nganda says that they are to train various forums like local leaders, spiritual leaders and civil society who will reach the lowest village level
He thus cautioned the police chief kayihura not to adhere stop them since police has been notified and any forceful means will see people deal with them


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