Moses Attan is one of the well known and respected politicians in the republic of of Uganda. Now, some few days ago, Mr Attan was elected to be the member of parliament for soroti district near Kampala.
Now, today, as per the Constitution of Uganda, Mr Attan was supposed to be sworn in to the office together with another 11 elected parliamentarians. As per the norm, Mr Attan attended this ceremony together with his two wives not knowing what will happen later.
Few minutes after the ceremony kicked off, a dramatic scene erupted. This came in after the two wives of Mr Attan started exchanging blows. The two co-wives were fighting on whom should stand beside their husband.
This scenario has left many people talking with many people wondering why the two women could not reach into a common agreement without fighting
Now, what is your view on this scenario? Was it right for these two ladies to exchange blows during this ceremony?, Drop your view
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