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By Acaye Henry .
The opposition Members of parliament have set next week as as anti Age limit week, popularly known as togikwatako as parliament is prepars to receive a report on Presidential Age limit bill 2017, from the Committee on legal and Parliamentary affairs chaired by west Budama MP Jacob Oboth Oboth.
The committee is currently at Serena hotel in kiggo drafting a report on The constitutional Amendment Bill 2017 ,that seeks to remove Article 102 (B) to lift Presidential age limit from 75,despite the fact that other committee members are particpating in the east African parliamentary games in Aurusha Tanzania and all the other opposition MPs in Parliament decided to abandon the exercise.
Addressing media at parliament, the deputy opposition Chief whip and also MP Rukungiri Municipality, Roland Kaginda Mugume said they have decided to declare next week as red or Togikwatako week so that all Ugandans can dress in red from Monday to Sunday to say no to the bill.
The constitution Amendment Bill 2017 ,seeks to remove Article 102 (B) of the constitution to lift Presidential age limit from 75.
Kaginda revealed that this campaign of togikwatako week is to be spear headed by Butambala county MP Muwnga Kivumbi.
Meanwhile Muwanga Kivumbi has urged police not interfere with people’s activities.