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  • MPs oppose re-opening of schools

    Members of Parliament have opposed the re-opening of schools for candidate classes citing ill preparedness by government, schools and parents. President Yoweri Museveni in his recent address directed...
  • MPs appeal for special support to border districts over Covid-19 pandemic

    Legislators have beseeched government to give preferential treatment to the border districts with regard to resource allocations in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.   The MPs hailing from the...
  • Rwenzori MPs distraught by delayed Govt response to Kasese floods

    Members of Parliament from the Rwenzori sub-region are disturbed by government’s delay in responding to the floods and mudslides that hit Kasese district a fortnight ago, displacing many and claiming...
  • House directs for report on collapsing buildings

    Members of Parliament have tasked the Ministry of Works and Transport to present a detailed report to the House on the rampant collapse of buildings in the city. This follows a ministerial statement...
  • Speaker Kadaga gifts Muslim fraternity at Parliament

    As the Muslim fraternity prepares to celebrate Eid Al- Fitr over the weekend, the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga has called on Muslims to continue praising and worshiping Allah during the...
  • MPs oppose single-sourcing of Nytil for masks

    MPs have asked government to involve ordinary citizens in the production of masks to be distributed before easing the current Covid19 lockdown. In a televised address, President Museveni announced...
  • MPs concerned about delayed electrification project

    Members of Parliament are concerned about the delayed roll out of the national rural electrification project following approval of a  loan from EXIM Bank Bududa District Woman MP, Hon. Justine...
  • Government to pay Shs4 billion to former KCC staff

    Former employees of Kampala City Council (KCC), which was transformed into Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), who were retrenched almost 10 years ago, will receive their terminal benefits in July...
  • Parliament to probe quality of Covid-19 relief food

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has assured legislators that the institution will interest itself in the quality of relief food distributed to the masses. Kadaga’s reassurance follows a...
  • Parliament stays debate on MP Zaake torture

    Parliament has deferred debate on the alleged torture of Mityana Municipality legislator, Hon. Francis Zaake, on consideration that it would be subjudice since the matter is before court. The...

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