A delegation of five Members of Parliament (MPs) from the Ugandan National Assembly is in the country on a study tour.

National Assembly Speaker Patrick Matibini disclosed the development and consequently introduced the visiting Ugandan parliamentarians to their Zambian counterparts in parliament, yesterday.

“Honourable MPs, I warmly welcome and receive our distinguished guests from the Ugandan National Assembly in our midst (House),” Dr. Matibini said.

Last month, an eight member of Parliamentarians from the Kenyan National Assembly led by Ezekiel Mombaki similarly visited Zambia on a study tour.

As a reciprocal measure , Mazabuka lawmaker Mr. Garry Nkombo led a delegation of Zambian MPs to Kenya on a study tour in June , 2018.

The visits by the lawmakers are conducted mutually between one countries largely to exchange on governance issues.

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  1. We also need study tour visits by prostitutes (mahule) say from Ethiopian on exchange of “katundu” governance and familiarization with the Zambian counterparts .

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  2. We also need study tour visits by prostitutes say from Ethiopian on exchange of katundu governance and familiarization with the Zambian counterparts .

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    • They have chosen the wrong to study governance issues . This a country where the police operates on political instructions rather than evidence of crime . A country which does not respect the rule of law

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  3. Please don’t reveal that Dora Siliya once upon a time raised a middle finger in parliament and also that the impeachment motion is being surpressed for no apparent reason. Just say good things.

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  4. Why should a former head of state be built a house by the tax payer. What nonsense is this surely. The guy was working like everybody else, minting a lot of money and house should be built for him? Why? I have researched around the world, I have not seen this grand shameful scheme. Absolute rubbish. If the person is responsible he must build his own house like anybody else and you even say the guy is our servant. NONSENSE!…

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    • This is not sensible. If that is the case, build houses for all former workers, this mistake in Africa of thinking a president is special or a demi god is very retrogressive. These Presidents are just like you and me, and we even have dull fellows kneeling to them, even bowing to them, how do you bow to a fellow human being which is even against biblical teachings. These Presidents here in Africa even have somebody lifting an umbrella over them when it is raining, in America and Europe the Presidents lift their own umbrellas.

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