SUSAN MUGWE: We don’t need MPs with degrees but leaders willing to eat last

We have made the case that those without a university degree cannot oversight those with one

In Summary

• In 2016 passed a law that amended Section 22 of the Elections Act that made it mandatory for candidates aspiring to be MPs and MCAs to have a university degree.

• Those in support of this law argue that parliamentarians are tasked with legislation and this has implications for the country and the rest of the world.

Do you know why the marines are the best at what they do? Because like good mothers, their leaders eat last.

Marines in leadership positions view it as a responsibility, not an entitlement. ...

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