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Interacting with local government leaders in Kabale, the Club chairman and Aruu County MP Hon. Odonga Otto preached the message of reconciliation and dialogue to build a spirit of unity in the communities.
He noted that MPs who joined the August House to represent different political parties work as colleagues to build Uganda as a nation for all.
Otto urged local leaders to bury their differences in party ideology and concentrate on matters of development that benefit the masses.
He confirmed that Parliament would continue to pursue the pledge by government to improve the salaries of teachers in the next financial year.
Hon. Obua Dennis Hamson the club Team Manager emphasized the need for Parliamentarians to interact with the communities at the grassroots, who would help the institution of parliament to gauge its performance.
The legislators who emerged winners against both Kabaale Town Council and Rubirizi district select teams have not lost a match during their last three outings.
The Parliament of Uganda has scheduled sports outreaches to all the regions as part of their preparations to host the East African Community Inter-Parliamentary Sports Tournament in Kampala in December this year.
The Uganda Parliament Football Team is the defending champion for the tournament for the last two consecutive years.