Ofwono Opondo scorns opposition after British MPs avoid debate on rule of law in Uganda

Ofwono Opondo scorns opposition after British MPs avoid debate on rule of law in Uganda

The government public relations officer Ofwono Opondo has mocked the opposition after members in the house of commons avoided debating about the deteriorating rule of law in Uganda on Tuesday.

We have learnt that Kyadondo East MP, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu did not travel to the UK for attendance as he was invited before because he did not want to miss court martial where he is expected to appear on Thursday over treason case with other MPs.

A few UK MPs attended the discussion and caused for celebration to the Executive Director of the Uganda Media Centre Ofwondo Opondo.

He mocked the whole process as a joke even tweeting, the motion mover, Paul Williams of Stockton South on the attendance in the House.

Williams was quoted saying that; “I want to see a strong and prosperous, independent Uganda with strong democratic institutions. I am interested in the future of Uganda. In Bobi Wine, I see a person who has a good understanding of poverty, inequality and (he) has a good vision for the future.”

“How did the debate go in the Commons over democracy in Uganda, and how many MPs attended,” Opondo asked Williams on Twitter.