Friday, June 21, 2024

Parliament descends to new low with rape ‘joke’

For what remains an unclear reason, Ngami MP, Caterpillar Hikuama, feels the need to speak every once so often, either formally by seeking permission from the Speaker or informally by tossing out shouted side remarks while seated. Hopefully, an incident that occurred last Thursday morning when the house debated the Constitution (Amendment) Bill would have impressed upon him the wisdom in the adage about speech being silver and silence golden.

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