Renown city model Doreen Kabareebe has requested Parliamentarians to “stop discussing skirts and thighs” but rather table motions that help to transform the nation.

Doreen Kabareebe made the plea following the 2019 Sexual Offence Bill that the parliament passed in a bid to protect and conserve culture which the Fountain of Honor is yet to sign onto.

The multi-award-winning model stung the parliamentarians during an interview on Spark TV when she was asked to give her take on the bill being the type of woman that often shares her semi-nude photos on her social media accounts.

Doreen Kabareebe (Photo by Drimax Photography)

She noted that at some extent, the bill is okay but does not help the nation because it is not part of the pressing issues that the parliament should be discussing.

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Parliamentarians should table motions that are going to help the nation other than discussing skirts and thighs.

Doreen Kabareebe

She applauded President-elect Yoweri Kaguta Museveni for delaying to put pen to paper on the bill in question.

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