News

  • Gov’t engaging foreign missions on visas - Minister Mulimba

    Government is engaging other countries on cases of visa denial and restrictive immigration policies. According to the State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Hon. John Mulimba, the Ministry of Foreign...
  • Kyotera farmers implement agriculture project, MPs impressed

    Parliament's Committee on Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries has said they are impressed with the ongoing implementation of the Agriculture Cluster Development Project (ACDP) by Kasaali...
  • Committee to meet stakeholders over rising fuel prices

    Deputy Speaker, Thomas Tayebwa has directed the Committee on Environment and Natural Resources to hold meetings with all stakeholders in the petroleum sector in a bid to resolve the current fuel...
  • We want thorough investigation into murder of Bukwo CAO- MPs

    Members of Parliament from Lango want a thorough investigation into the murder of the former acting Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) of Bukwo district, Charles Robert Ogwang. According to the...
  • MPs wary of Gov’t, Roko shareholding deal

    Government’s proposal to enter into a shareholding agreement with a local construction firm, Roko Construction Limited has raised eyebrows among Members of Parliament on the Committee of Finance,...
  • Gov’t releases shs135 billion for famine stricken areas

    The Prime Minster, Robinah Nabbanja has revealed that government has provided Shs135 billion for food in Karamoja for three months. This she says will include seedlings for planting. “I want to...
  • Former Kaabong CAO admits paying contractor in error

    The Public Accounts Committee (Local Government) has held the former Chief Administrative Officer for Kaabong district, Joel Musisi liable for mismanagement of funds for a building project. According...
  • Kiruddu Hospital sets up systems for low shelf life medicines

    Kiruddu National Referral Hospital Director, Dr. Charles Kabugo has told MPs that the hospital management has instituted systems for re-allocations of medicines of low shelf life with sister...
  • Tayebwa tips MPs on investment for retirement

    The Deputy Speaker, Thomas Tayebwa has urged legislators to invest their money wisely and guard against the possibility of turning into beggars at the end of their terms. “As Parliament leadership,...
  • Among promotes EACJ as a rule of law enabler

    Speaker Anita Among has committed to support the East African Court of Justice, saying it will foster the rule of law in the East African Community. In a meeting with the East African Court of...

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