Arua Municipality member of parliament hon Kassiano Wadri has rejected his new office at Queen’s Chambers and opted to operates within the parliament corridors.
Due to increasing numbers of MPs, parliament has for long time been facing challenges of inadequate office space and has subsequently, rented other nearby buildings to accommodate the other members of parliament.
Among the building allocated to members of parliament who failed to find space in the parliamentary building including; Development House and Queen’s Chambers.
Since his election as Arua municipality member of parliament in August, Wadri has failed to fight an office space within the parliament. Apparently, Wadri was given an office at Queen’s Chamber on Parliamentary Avenue but the vocal legislator rejected the office saying he is a senior legislator who deserves an office in the parliament building.
Wadri was overheard telling fellow legislators in parliament that he cannot sit at Queen’s Chambers and that he will wait until President Museveni appoints some members of parliament as ministers so that they vacate their parliament offices for people like him.
Wadri was Terego County MP from 2011 to 2016, but lost in the 2016 polls before bouncing back after the death of Abiriga.