Augustine Mukooza, a parent at Kasana Junior Primary school, says that when UNEB announced the results, he asked his children to check the results via SMS but to their disappointment, they were not displayed.
The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Board Chairman, Peter Kimbowa has told Parliament’s select committee investigating activities of the Fund that the Gender Minister, Betty Amongi’s request for 6 billion Shillings was irregular.
Kimbowa together with other Board members were on Wednesday appearing before the seven-member select committee named last week by Speaker of Parliament, Anita Among to inquire into the NSSF operations.
The aim of their trip is to mediate peace in areas plagued by violence, ethnic conflict, poverty, and humanitarian crisis, causing millions to seek refuge, suffer from hunger, and live in camps with little hope for improvement.
Eddy Tureyatemba, Assistant Commissioner of TVET at the Education Ministry, states that the government has decided to decentralize the selection process for those seeking government sponsorship for TVET education.
The President’s statement followed Chief Justice, Alfonse Owiny-Dollo’s speech in which he observed that due to inadequate funding to the judiciary, it does not enable them recruit the required number of judicial officers and taking justice closer to the people.
Mpuuga observes that Uganda’s retirement benefits scheme is one of the most abused public resources that Parliament must investigate to ascertain the prevailing anomalies for appropriate interventions to streamline it.
The select committee chaired by Mbarara South Member of Parliament, Mwine Mpaka was named last week to examine corporate governance structures at NSSF, examine circumstances surrounding the appointment of the Managing Director, evaluate the status and safety of savers' money, examine the extent of stakeholder engagement in decision making and inquire into any other matters incidental thereto.
In his petition that is copied to the BoU legal department and ‘received’ at the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs on Tuesday, Ntale notes that "the delay or refusal to appoint the governor violates the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda, which provides for the constitution of the BOU Board".
According to records at the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development and at the Uganda Revenue Authority, diesel imports fell by 41.54 million liters in the period July to December 2022 to a total imported volume of 483 million liters, compared to the same period of the previous year.