Usuk County Member of Parliament (MP), Peter Ogwang has applauded new buses purchased by Parliament of Uganda to transport delegates during the Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference (CPC) slated for 22nd to 29th September at Speke Resort Munyonyo.
The MP said all is set for Uganda to host the 64th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference (CPC). The vehicles will be retained as property of Government of Uganda after the conference and will be used by Parliament to oversee MPs’ oversight role.
“Today, I inspected brand new buses that are already at KIA Motors in Kampala for transporting our delegates for the upcoming Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference slated for September 22 to 29. Even after the Conference, these vehicles will be retained for parliamentary activities,” Peter Ogwang tweeted.
“Having a ‘touchy’ feel inside one of the #64CPC2019 buses. These vehicles will remain Property of Uganda and will be used by Parliament to facilitate MPs’ oversight role,” he added.
In related development, Peter thanked the government for turning barriers into opportunities. This is after the 300k which has been taking 4-5 hours from Nakasongola to Amolatar on the road can now take one hour using a public ferry on Lake Kyoga.
“The 300km journey that would have taken me about 4-5 hours from Nakasongola to Amolatar on road, this morning took me only one hour aboard a public ferry on L.Kyoga. Thank you President Kaguta Museveni, Uganda National Roads Authority, Uganda Road Fund & government of for turning barriers into opportunities,” Peter Ogwang said.