RUBAGA SOUTH Member of Parliament (MP) Kato Lubwama could forfeit his position as a member of Parliament after being summoned to court for questionable academic qualifications.
The MP could lose his seat after a political activist took him to court claiming he lacks the minimum academic qualifications to be a legislator. Buwembo Habib an activist has produced evidence showing that Kato forged academic papers to join MDD-Diploma course.
Habib also insists that Kato Lubwama failed his O-level exams and was not awarded a UNEB certificate, something the education body has confirmed.
The casewill kick off on October 31 at the High court, Kampala On October 31st.
In the same mix, Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB) in a letter confirmed that the grades Lubwama obtained at O-level were not sufficient for him to be awarded a certificate.
Lubwama sat his O-levels at Old Kampala Secondary School in 1988. According to UNEB, he failed (got F9 in) English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. He got passes in History, Commerce and credits in Political Education, Geography, and Christian Religious Education.