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Rebecca Kadaga denied a chance by Chief Justice to address parliament for the last time

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The Chief Justice of Uganda, Alfonso Owiny-Dollo has denied the former speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga a chance to address the house for the last time after she lost the election.

Through the senior Member of Parliament Cecilia Ogwal, Rebecca Kadaga asked the Chief Justice whether she should be given a chance to address the house for just two minutes as the outgoing speaker.

The Chief Justice however shied away the request saying that he has not yet declared winners of the elections and therefore there’s nothing like former speaker or current speaker. ‘Whatever you are hearing, it is just rumors’.

We are not aware of what Kadaga wanted to share with the Parliament as she bids goodbye neither are we sure whether she will use any other opportunity available to pass on that message to the 11th parliament.

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