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Capt. Francis Babu Asks Members Of Parliament To Stop Being Greedy

Capt. Francis Babu has asked Ugandan Members of Parliament to stop being greedy and focus on things that build the country. There have been some fights between some MPS in parliament and even disrespectful words were thrown towards each other.

According to Francis Babu, members of parliament are very selfish and greedy. When they get into parliament, they are seen in a type of way.

He said these members of parliament are respected although some of them don’t deserve to be respected. Thois is because of the way they behave.

Babu asked the MPs to start doing what took them to Parliament. This is because they are not working hard and it is affecting the whole country.

He said there is a lot to do and these members of parliament need to know that there are so many Ugandans who are much better than them but they choose to respect them.

Babu said these Members of Parliament need to know that abusing the speaker of parliament is like they are abusing themselves because they chose her.

“We need a mindset change. We should stop being greedy and seeking fame. And we should start thinking for the country, Uganda, because the things we are doing affect the country,” he said.

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