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Kadaga To Decide On The Age Limit Bill

Rebecca Kadaga to decide on the age limit bill

The age limit bill, drafted by Igara West MP, Raphael Magyezi, could be withdrawn from  the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs committee if the speaker Rebecca Kadaga agrees to the legislator’s request. Check also: Am Tired Of People Phone Calling Me Asking For The Age Limit Money-Magyezi After being hounded out of the committee on Tuesday, Magyezi told journalists that he will ...

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Human Rights Body Takes Magyezi To Court For Forcing Age Limit On People

Magyezi says he's not withdrawing the age limit bill

Advocates for Human Rights, Peace and Development (AHUPE) has dragged Igara West MP Raphael Magyezi, Attorney General and the government chief legal adviser, to court for threatening the rights of Ugandans. Check also: We’ll Crush Age Limit Violence-Museveni Vows Magyezi is the chief mover of a bill seeking to amend Article 102 (b) from the Constitution so President Yoweri Museveni can ...

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Am Tired Of People Phone Calling Me Asking For The Age Limit Money-Magyezi

Magyezi says he's tired of people calling him asking for the age limit money

Igara West Member of Parliament magyezi and mover of the controversial age limit Bill says he is receiving frantic calls from anonymous Ugandans begging for money.  Check also:  Am Not Withdrawing The Age Limit Bill Come What May- Magyezi Swears Speaking to the media on Wednesday at parliament, Magyezi said he was tired of the calls from people who assume he ...

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Am Not Withdrawing The Age Limit Bill Come What May- Magyezi Swears

Magyezi says he's not withdrawing the age limit bill

Igara West member of parliament Magyezi and  mover of the controversial constitutional amendment Bill 2017 has dismissed claims that he intends to withdrawal it. Check also:  When The Right Time Comes I will Talk About The Age Limit-Museveni The Bill that seeks to lift the age limit required for running for presidency is now before the legal and parliamentary affairs committee ...

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