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By Emmanuel Omona

The Minister for Presidency, Frank Tumwebaze has warned Members of Parliament who question the state house budget saying that they have better things to do.

The minister was in Pader district on Tuesday while launching fulfillment of Presidential pledge to the Pader Elderly People’s forum.

The president in 2012 had pledged 20 Fresian cattle, 50 million cash, 20 bulls,100 oxen ploughs and 50 bicycles.

He warned that it would be better for the Members of Parliament and other political heads in the district to avoid interfering in the business of the President in State house.

Minister Frank urged the elderly people to take care of their animals so that they may multiply.

Alfonse Lokilamoi Omona the chairperson Pader elder’s forum appreciated the president for keeping his pledge.