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By Jumah Nsubuga

Buganda caucus MPs at parliament have strongly condemned Chinese government for executing Ugandans in China.

The MPs lead by the caucus boss Godfrey Kiwanda said that Chinese government denied Ugandans access to their lawyers, relatives and friends and went ahead to execute them.

Betty Namboze

The angry Buganda caucus MPs while addressing the press at parliament said that executing Ugandans by Chinese government is going to disorganize the relationship among both governments.

The MPs who included Betty Nambooze, Joseph Balikudembe, Moses Kasibante, Brenda Nabukenya, Medard Sseggona and Godfrey Kiwanda also expressed dissatisfaction for Uganda government for not rescuing  Ugandans yet it is its duty to protect its citizens whenever they are.

The caucus lawyer also Busiro East MP Medard Sseggona confirmed that “Uganda government has done nothing to protect these innocent Ugandans who went to China because they couldn’t afford a jobless life in Uganda. I urge the president to immediately come out and settle this matter before other Ugandans executed” He also added that “the new UN elected president Sam Kutesa should negotiate with Chinese government because he also has a duty to protect innocent people.

Luwero district woman MP Brenda Nabukenya also condemned the act by Chinese government of executing Ugandans. “I really condemn this  action by Chinese government and am calling upon Ugandans to come out collectively and demand government to rescue Ugandan youths arrested in China”