If MPs are wrong, they should apologise
Posted Thursday, January 10 2013 at 02:00
It is now a few days since the alleged fugitive lover of the MP Cerinah Nebanda was arrested in relation to the unfortunate demise of the legislator. He chronologically unveiled the circumstances under which the MP Nebanda died. His account is contrary to what we have been made to believe by some MPs.
They have made us believe the government was responsible of the demise of MP Nebanda because she was a vocal government critic. Despite, the official police toxicological report, most legislators still refute the findings. The media especially FM radios in the suburbs are dominated by opinions of the political leaders refuting the report.
This climaxed with some of them spending the festive season in prison. Are these MPs reacting out of grief at the untimely demise of a colleague or is it a political game to them?
If after trial Adam Kalungi is found guilty, then our MPs will have to apologise for misleading us.