Members of the parliament on the defense committee have vowed to release statements to officials on internal affairs together with police bosses.
This followed the MPs calling to the ministers of the internal affairs ministry so that they can explain about some issues and they reject to appear.
This pieced the MPs on the committee led by Doreen Amure saying that whenever they call these government ministers they don’t appear yet there are always many issues that need to be clarified about.
MPs said that they have given these ministers Thursday as the deadline day for them to appear before this parliamentary committee and failure to do so they are going to release statements to arrest some of these ministers.
Other MPs include; Theodore Ssekikubo, Gilbert Oulanyah among others condemned the act of the ministers for failing to comply with three times callings made by the MPs.
This came shortly after the deputy speaker of parliament Jacob Oulanyah had just complained about the same government ministers who are always absent in the parliamentary seating saying that these ministers abandoned their responsibilities.
Hon. Oulanya warned them to stop this and failed to do so he promised to decide on what to do as an individual.