By Kezia Agaba
The NRM rebel MPs who were expelled last year have been kicked out of parliament.
The Constitutional Court presided over by Justice Buteera ruled on on Friday morning that the legislators who include; Theodore Ssekikubo (Lwemiyaga), Mohammad Nsereko (Kampala Central), Wilfred Niwagaba (Ndorwa East) and Barnabas Tinksasimire (Buyaga) should not stay in parliament any more because it is unconstitutional .
The NRM party ran to court seeking orders to get the MPs out of Parliament because they are no longer members of the party.
The MPs, according to the party’s CEC, were found guilty of faulting Rule 4 of the party constitution which prohibits; use of foul language, campaigning against official party flag bearers in elections, being an agent of foreign agents to the detriment of the party or country and willfully spreading malicious propaganda.
The party later sought to have them expelled from parliament as well but first lost after the MPs appealed and won over keeping in parliament.
The Party appealed and today succeeded in getting the MPs out of parliament.
None of the affected MPs had given a comment by the time of filing this report.