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  • Kadaga recognised for exemplary service to Busoga Kingdom

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has been recognised for her support to the development and promotion of Busoga Kingdom affairs in the country and on the global scene. The Speaker was...
  • Hope for girls as Kadaga breaks ground for sanitary towel factory

    School girls in the greater Bushenyi region of Western Uganda will soon have a reason to stay in school longer when the construction of a factory to produce reusable sanitary towels is completed....
  • Forgeries plague youth livelihood funds

    The Public Accounts Committee (Local Government) is facing challenges of scrutinising and recovering funds disbursed in 2014 and 2015 for the Youth Livelihood Programme (YLP) because of forgeries and...
  • Govt loses grip on UTL operations

    Government has no control over the management of Uganda Telecom Limited (UTL), Finance State Minister (Investment) Hon. Evelyn Anite has told Parliament. Anite said there is no record of the company'...
  • Uganda’s oil production dates in balance

    Attempts by legislators to get a commitment from government on when the country will produce its first oil have been futile. Legislators from various committees under the leadership of the Committee...
  • Nationalise training of oil and gas experts - MPs

    Legislators want all technical and vocational institutes to acquire international accreditation to train Ugandans in the oil and gas sector. Government has so far accredited three vocational...
  • Speaker gives bicycles to Buzaaya Councillors

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has pledged bicycles to all youth councillors in Buzaaya Sub-County, Kamuli District. She said that the bicycles would help the councillors in serving their...
  • Kadaga secures support for poor performing Busoga schools

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has succeeded in lobbying for support to Busoga schools with academic performance challenges. In a meeting with Busoga youth who are under internship with...
  • Politics is about service and not money making – Oulanyah

    Politics is not about making money but serving the community, pupil leaders of Entebbe Junior School have been told. The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Jacob Oulanyah, told the pupils during a...
  • Kadaga roots for girl-child education

    Traditional leaders should have a positive attitude and be champions in fostering the education of the girl child even after they have given birth whilst still in school. The call was made by the...

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