Parliamentary sitting has been postponed due to Parliament’s Savings and Credit Cooperative Organizations (SACCO) training workshop.
Members of Parliament in a recent plenary session Chaired by Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah.
Thursday’s plenary session has been cancelled due to
a training workshop by the Parliament’s Savings and Credit Cooperative Organizations (SACCO) training
Majority of Parliament staff and Members of Parliament save in the
Although several items were lined up for debate on Thursday including the
debate on the 1.7 trillion loan for oil roads, issues of human and wildlife
conflict and motions to alter administrative boundaries of districts to cater
for the new cities, plenary was pushed to 3rd December.
According to a communication to members of Parliament and the public, although
the Speaker adjourned the house to Thursday today, the sitting has been
rescheduled to Tuesday 3rd December to allow the MPs and staff attend their
“Please note that the plenary sitting meant for today, Thursday, 28th Nov. 2019
has been rescheduled to Tuesday, 3rd December 2019 to enable MPs and staff
attend Parliamentary SACCO training workshop.” The message says.
The MPs and staff will be trained on financial matters and savings among others.
Masaka Municipality MP
Mathias Mpuuga says he had an issue to present in the floor of the house, but
unfortunately, this has to be postponed to next week.
“I am one person who hates those postponement because it then affects the
business of the house, but I cannot comment on the reason, because I only
received the postponement message but am yet to know exactly why plenary was
cancelled” Mpuuga said.
Mwatekamwa Gaffa the Kasambya County MP says he was not aware of the
cancellation of plenary but said he thought the SACCO meeting was scheduled for another day.