The speaker of Parliament Anita Among has clashed with the Deputy Attorney General Jackson Kafuuzi whom she accuses with betrayal and double standards.
This follows the Deputy AG’s decision to write to the president advising him against assenting to the anti-homosexuality Bill.
“Hon Kafuuzi, there is only one Speaker in this House. I want to make an order that you will not come to this House again to defend any Bill. You will not do it as long as I am still the Speaker,” Among fumed.
However, the Deputy Attorney General Jackson Kafuuzi says he is proud to have advised the president against signing the anti homosexuality bill into law. Kafuuzi’s insistence came shortly after the Speaker of Parliament Anita Among stopped him from ever defending any bill in parliament, as long as she is still the speaker.
Members of Parliament had accused Kafuuzi of dishonesty for his advice to the president. The legislators, who are now voting on the bill, were outraged that he fully participated in the process of enacting it then turned around to advise the president to the contrary.