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Mathias Mpuuga rejects Bobi Wine’s request to step down as Commissioner

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Former Leader of opposition Hon. Mathias Mpuuga has declined steping down as the commissioner of parliament following a decision by the party leadership.

The National Unity platform has released a statement confirming g Mpuuga was sacked after a successful investigation on issues related to corruption, reports indicate that mpuuga together with other leaders awarded themselves over 450 Uganda millions under unclear circumstances.

While addressing Wakiso district leaders at the party headquarters in Makerere Kavule, the party president Hon Kyagulanyi Ssentamu asserted that he discovered the involvement of the deputy President (Mathias Mpuuga) in corruption, conducted investigations, and obtained evidence.

In a statement released by the former leader of opposition, Mpuuga said he is not willing to step down from his role confirming rejecting the order from his party.

“I accordingly decline the cowardly request for me to resign a parliamentally commissioner based on a spite and deliberate misinterpretation for mischievous reasons” Mpuuga said