Homabay Town Member of Parliament Hon Peter George Kaluma has defended the National Government Constituency Development Fund (NG-CDF), arguing that the kity is very essential to their constituents especially the poor and ophan children who are not able to raise school fees for themselves. Hence that is the reason why the Members of Parliament are fighting for the fund almost every time as compared to how they legislate in the National Assembly.
In reaction to a tweet by a netizen who is a Twitter User by the name Stephen Mutoro, has questioned why the Members of Parliament are so keen to get the National Government Constituency Development Fund (NG-CDF), as compared to how they legislate in National Assembly, Kaluma has defended his fellow MPs on their push for CDF arguing that they usually have the needy ophans who are at home and unable to report to school. Therefore they push to get that fund to help them go to school. "Needy ophans are at home unable to report to school my friend." He reacted.
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