A total of 23 MPs were paraded before President Yoweri Museveni by the government Chief Whip Ruth Nankabirwa during a briefing at Ngoma State Lodge in Nakaseke District yesterday. In her citation, Nankabirwa said the MPs had apologized for voting against the amendment of the constitution which lifted the cap on the presidential age.
Kyamuswa County MP, Carolyn Birungi Nanyondo missed all the 19 meetings of the Human Rights and Agriculture committees while Julie Mukoda, the Mayuge Woman MP didn’t attend any of the 15 meetings of the Finance, Planning and Economic Development Committee.
The Widow, Grace Birabwa Namutebi Isharaza, told the commission today that Kekimuli took over a family ranch which she and her husband purchased in 1982, in kemiyoga, Kashari. She says the family had used the land to keep cattle, grow food and plant a forest.
The resolution was passed in a council meeting chaired by the Lord Mayor, Erias Lukwago. The resolution come as the institution move to expeditiously start issuing licences to vendors and hawkers in Kampala.
Adolf Mwesige, the Minister of Defence and Veteran Affairs in a statement issued on Wednesday said the exercise will target unpaid military veterans and beneficiaries of deceased soldiers who lack necessary documents.
Police spokesperson, Fred Enanga recently told URN that the Police Finance and Salary department was in the process of reorganizing the payroll after it was discovered that most officers were earning more than they ought too.
During their meeting at Ngoma State Lodge in Nakaseke District, the NRM MPs recommended the amendment of the ruling NRM Party Constitution to accommodate the changes during the National Delegates' Conference (NDC), which is scheduled towards the end of this year.