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MPs should serve not be served-Bobi wine

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If there is any artiste who will always come out and portray his dissatisfaction when it comes to squeezing the poor people, it is Bobi Wine. This could be attributed to the fact that he was raised in the ghetto and that he’s using his talent to reach out to the masses.

The self-proclaimed ‘Ghetto gladiator’ has come out on his social media platforms and bashed Parliament passing a law that will see each Member of Parliament getting shs150million for new cars.

The artiste said that matters like the health sector, rotting schools and unpaid striking University staff should be the first priority instead of Parliament approving 64billion of tax payers money to buy luxury cars but no MP can oppose such a matter.
“If I was in parliament I would strongly ‘OBJECT IT’ and the reasons are simple; a good land cruiser that costs about shs45 million would serve a whole five year term and even be donated afterwards possibly as a local ambulance in the constituency. If those cars were acquired through a centralized procurement, I’m sure they would even cost much less.” he said.
The ‘Situuka’ artiste further lamented his disappointment towards the Members of Parliament telling them that they should serve and not be served. “In my opinion, MP’s should SERVE and not be SERVED By the voters. I really think ,MPs should be given double cabin pickup tracks coz they’re durable and effective and if they want any luxury, they should use their own money to buy it (after all even their salary is too high). Like I said, if I was in parliament, i would object!”.

  • Watson

    Personally I think we have a bunch of useless non patriotic MPs all in worderland. They enjoy making noise but actually most go to satisfy their ego’s. Ug is such a funny country to even be apart of

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