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  • National Health Insurance Scheme should cover all Ugandans

    The National Health Insurance Scheme Bill, 2019 will be useful to Uganda if it can ensure access to health not only the contributors and their dependents but even the most indigent, the Uganda Human...
  • We were wrongfully evicted- Kasanda Residents

    As Parliament concludes investigations into alleged illegal eviction of artisanal miners in the country,  residents of  Kitumbi sub-county in Kasanda district want Parliament to come to their aid on...
  • Rotarians call for ratification of cross border convention

    Women Rotarians have appealed to the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga to urge government to ratify the African Union cross border convention commonly referred to as the Niamey Convention on the...
  • Kadaga commends Missionary Sisters on mobilizing women

    Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has commended the Missionary Sisters of the Queen of Apostles for supporting women in Jinja and promised to follow up support to the women groups in the area....
  • Speaker appeals to MPs to constantly visit constituencies

    Speaker Rebecca Kadaga has appealed to Members of Parliament to visit their constituencies to understand the challenges faced by the people. The Speaker said that unless MPs tour their areas, they...
  • Kadaga urges women to document their stories

    The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has commended women icons in Uganda who have documented their success, saying it is a sure way of grooming girls into great women leaders. Kadaga said that...
  • Parliament legalises use of technology in elections

    Parliament has legalised the use of technology in the management of general elections. The move is in accordance with a recommendation of the Supreme Court in the presidential election petition of...
  • Returning officers involved in election malpractice to face legal action

    Parliament has passed the Electoral Commission (Amendment) Bill, 2019 with a call for punishment of returning officers involved in election malpractice. Members of Parliament supported an amendment...
  • Cattle traders implicate Tumwine, Kabatsi in FMD quarantine

    Cattle keepers and traders in Lwemiyaga, one of the counties in Sembabule district have accused the Minister for Security, Gen. Elly Tumwine, of being behind the unfair quarantining of animals in the...
  • Gulu University accountability riles MPs

    The Gulu University Accounting Officer, Asaph Adedua faces jail for failure to account for Shs12 billion collected by the institution in the financial year 2017/2018. Adedua who was appearing before...

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