Embattled commissioners of parliament go silent on service award

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Embattled commissioners of parliament go silent on service award
Mathias Mpuuga and the commissioners are back in hot soup

In a surprise move, the embattled commissioners of parliament have decided to maintain a deafening silence on the controversial service award proposed by the parliamentary commission.

The sudden silence has raised eyebrows, with many wondering what could be behind this unexpected move.

Sources close to the commissioners reveal that they have been advised to keep a low profile amidst the growing backlash against the proposed award.

"They have been told to avoid fueling the controversy further and instead focus on their core duties," said a source.

The proposed service award had sparked outrage among Ugandans, with many seeing it as a waste of resources and an attempt to reward individuals for simply doing their job.

The public backlash had put the commissioners under intense pressure, with some calling for them to resign.

By going silent, the commissioners are hoping to diffuse the tension and allow the controversy to die down. However, their silence has only fueled speculation, with some interpreting it as an admission of guilt.

"This silence is suspicious. It suggests that they know they have been wrong and are trying to avoid accountability," said Betty Aol Ochan, a vocal critic of the proposed award.

As the drama unfolds, Ugandans continue to watch with keen interest, wondering what the next move will be for the embattled commissioners.

Will their silence be enough to quell the storm, or will it only add fuel to the fire? Only time will tell.

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