A section of MPs is still divided on meeting the Minister of Education Janet Museveni at Kololo to have their input on the reopening of schools.
Some of the MPs say there is no harm to convene at Kololo Ceremonial Grounds and others say they are not ready to be hosted by the minister outside the premises of Parliament.
While chairing plenary last week on Thursday, Deputy Speaker Anita Among, revealed that the minister requested to meet the MPs at Kololo to seek their input as Government finalizes plans to reopen schools which some MPs opposed.
Today, those willing have started taking their COVID-19 Test ahead of Wednesday’s meeting at Kololo Ceremonial Ground on the fact that Parliament is small and cannot accommodate the over 529 MPs without disobeying the COVID-19 SOPs.
However, some mps, including Buhweju Mp Francis Mwijukye and Bugiri Municipality Mp Asuman Basalirwa have vowed not to go to kololo and called on the minister to address them in Parliament.
It should be remembered that Government closed all institutions of learning in March 2020 following the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic.