Speaker Job Ndugai
Tanzanian parliament speaker Job Ndugai has told off the leader of the opposition and CHADEMA chairman Freeman Mbowe for his irresponsible and reckless remarks he made yesterday that Tanzanian parliament was a house of dishonesty where members of parliament receive bribes to pass bills that are harmful to Tanzanians.
Extract fro Mwananchi newspaper
Job Ndugai insisted that Freeman was out of order since he was out of the country in exile and had just returned a few days ago with unsubstantiated claims. He asked him to refrain from making allegations that he cannot substantiate since he was outside the country for months.
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