Apass stings speaker Rebecca Kadaga over the 20m drama

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Ugandan artist and songwriter Alexander Bagonza aka Apass has bitterly attacked the Speaker of parliament Rebecca Kadaga over the 20m drama.

This comes after the speaker appeared on TV claiming she kept quiet when the government gave expired milk and rotten beans as relief food to the people of Uganda. In addition, she was not contented with President Museveni’s directives of MP’s taking the 20 million back to the task force.

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In a Facebook Live video yesterday, Apass was furious with the way members of parliament are handling their offices.

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Speaker of Parliament Rt. Hon Rebecca Kadaga

“These members of Parliament should stop taking Ugandans for granted more so during this global pandemic. In addition, you are feeding and wasting taxpayers’ money. Therefore instead of using the 20M for your own benefits, use that money to improve the health facilities in the country,” Apass said.

Apass also cautioned Ugandans to always ask for accountability documents from these members of parliament. This is because they seem not to care at all for the people they represent.

“Of recent they allocated huge sums of money for the Locusts, hmmm, This problem didn’t last long and nowhere the question lies… Where is the balance on that money?. I am saying this simply because I am the voice of others and therefore I call upon all Ugandans to wake up. These old guys are really taking us for granted because they think we fear them. However, I want to assure all Ugandans that instead, these people fear us.

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Who is Apass?

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Alexander Bagonza aka Apass is a Ugandan singer and songwriter. He was born on 21st December 1989. The 31-year-old attended Kampala Kindergaten nursery school for his nursery education. He then joined Nakasero Primary school for his primary before joining Mary Land, St Lawrence and cream land for his secondary school. Apass developed his talent while he was still at school before he went for his first studio session in 2003. However, he did not manage to get the song but then he got an instrumental. He later came back to studio after meeting Eddy who gave him the zeal for music again.

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