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Business in the sweering ceremony at ugandan parliament was almost brought at the stand still after the co-wives of Soroti East City MP, Moses Attan, almost fought each other. There husband Attan is said to be a soft spoken individual, something that made people to presume that he could come with one wife, shockingly that morning he apreared with his two Wives.
According to the video each of the two ladies wanted to stand at a position set aside for the first lady on the podium as the newly elected MP Attan took an oath. Surprisingly when the parliament clerks were trying to separate them and calm the Strom, Attan just looked at them as he was seeking for attention.
Moses Attan is a social sciences lecturer at Makerere university. Having more than ten years of experience in accountability, policy and governance he is also an expert of national and local government levels.
Due alot of complain cases from the opposition, after elections ugandan did not swear in the winners of election, since they were waiting for court orders.
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