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Job Ndugai has warned parliamentarians of the United Republic of Tanzania to stop the tendency of arrogance, violence, arbitrariness and to avoid unnecessary problems.
Ed. Job Ndugai said this in Parliament today, while giving a statement to Parliament after the country's highest court dismissed a case filed by the former Singida East MP against the nomination. Tatar Miraji.
He said, '' MPs are required to respect the rules and regulations of Parliament which have been enacted as the guiding principle of all parliamentary activities and their legitimacy in parliament ''.
Ed. Ndugai also said he was surprised to see lawmakers do not report on health and family challenges, when they know technically they are legally wrong and the decisions that have been made are out of character.
Earlier today, the High Court dismissed a lawsuit filed by former Singida State MP in Eastern Ndg.Lissu's motion to ask the court to annul Mr Miraj Mtaturu


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