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Museveni meets cabinet over ‘shaking’ government

President Museveni has this morning met with his Cabinet in Kampala and discussed with the ministers the precarious environment his government is in following the resignation of six ministers over corruption allegations. The meeting took place in the Cabinet Library at the President’s Office on Parliamentary building, in Kampala central division. Some of the ministers […]

Democratic Party organising secretary Sulaiman Kidandala swears in as Kampala Deputy Mayor

The Deputy Lord Mayor of Kampala Capital City Authority, Sulaiman Kidandala has been sworn in today despite complaints from the minister for Kampala Kabakumba Masiko. The KCCA Executive Director Jennifer Musisi and other council technical officers failed to block his swearing in ceremony. Kidandala was sworn in amidst heavy police deployment and harassing of his […]

Government urged to increase judges in Anti Corruption Court

Civil Society Organizations fighting against corruption are asking government to increase the staffing of the Anti-Corruption Court to 10 Judges to ensure quick disposal of corruption related cases in this court. The Organizations say, the three judges who are currently working in this court can not possibly handle the many corruption cases filed in this court which […]

Mpuga inists Kabakumba, Mary Karooro should resign

The Member of Parliament for Masaka municipality Mathias Mpuga has called for the resignation of the minister for presidency Kabakumba Matsiko and the minister for information national guidance Mary Okuruti over the scandals they are involved in at UBC. Mpuga told journalist at parliament that Matsiko was the minister of  information and national guidance a time when many UBC […]

Government to issue strict laws on garbage disposal

The government has revealed plans to put in practice the laws that govern the disposal of garbage particularly in towns. The remark has been made by the Minister in charge of Kampala Capital City Authority, Kabakumba Masiko while addressing the media in Kampala. Ms Masiko says that the laws restraining people from littering the city […]

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