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08:47
08:47

No Need to Lift Curfew for Ramadan Period - Minister Obiga Kania COVID-19 2 1

Mario Obiga Kania, the Minister of State for Internal Affairs has said there is no need to lift curfew as Muslims observe the Ramadan period.
17:11
17:11

Magufuli Leaves Behind a Mixed Legacy-MPs Tanzania 9 1

Some of the MPs Uganda Radio Network spoke to, say that Magufuli was a patriot who put his country first and was a man of action who developed the economy of Tanzania, while others say he violated human rights and was turning into an authoritarian leader.
16:29
16:29

IGG Asks MPs Exiting Parliament to Declare Wealth 3 1

The Inspectorate of Government (IG) has asked members of Parliament among other leaders who were not re-elected to declare their wealth even as they exit Parliament.
23:01
23:01

Parliament to Merge Bills Relating to Death and Inheritance plenary 2 1

The Deputy Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah has proposed measures to fast track five bills which he says should have been merged into one.
11:38
11:38

MPs Call for Wider Consultations on Proposed 7-Year Term 2021 elections 4 1

Members of Parliament have called for wider consultations on the proposal to extend the term of Members of Parliament and the Presidency from the current five years to seven years.
08:32
08:32

2021 Elections: More than half of the Parliamentary Candidates Are Independents MPs 6 2 Top story

According to the data, Jinja Division North has the highest number of independents with 12 candidates followed by Samia Bugwe County North with 11 independents and Kigulu County South with 10 Independents. Others are Bbale County, Nakawa West, Kigulu North with 9 independent candidates each.
10:06
10:06

Katumba Promises to Boost Boda Boda, Music Sectors. John Katumba 5 1

Katumba who was addressing a rally near Link bus terminal in Hoima City on Monday evening says if elected his government would reduce motorbike prices from 5 million shillings to 2.5 million shillings for a Bajaj motorcycle.
19:23
19:23

Kafuuzi Seeks More Time to Present Bill Enabling Change of Names nominations 2 1

The decision came after Angelline Osegge the Soroti Woman MP alerted parliament that women who had discrepancies in their names from the academic transcripts and marriage certificates risked being locked out of the electoral process, yet it's a normal practice for women to abandon their maiden names after getting married.
04:55
04:55

MPs Pessimistic About New Term Extension Proposal 2021 Elections 4 1

The proposal, which had been approved by Parliament as part of the recent constitutional amendment process, was thrown out by the constitutional court and later the Supreme Cour. The judges argued that the MPs needed to seek a fresh mandate from the voters and that the term extension could only happen under specific circumstances like the State of Emergency.
17:31
17:31

Parliament Demands Evaluation of Covid-19 Lockdown MPs 2 1

Kadaga also questioned how long the lockdown will continue. She asked the Prime Minister to prepare an evaluation.
21:39
21:39

MPs Querry UGX150 Bn for Reopening Entebbe Airport lockdown 3 1

The authority says that it needs up to 150 billion Shillings to cover the recurrent wage bill and sustained operations, port health infrastructure and systems, enhanced security and modification of the terminal building to meet social distancing requirements.
08:40
08:40

MPs Given Deadline to Return, Account for UGX 20m COVID Cash COVID-19 Cash 1

A letter dated May 12, the Clerk to Parliament Jane Kibirige says that following a meeting of the Parliamentary commission held on May 11, the Commission has guided that MPs who spent the money by May 5, should submit accountability to the clerk to Parliament.
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18:37

Ministers, MPs Who Evaded COVID-19 Quarantine Tasked to 'Come Out' Parliament 2 1 Top story

The MP's say that they have reliable information that some Ministers and Members travelled abroad and only returned recently but were not quarantined yet they continue to move out in the public.
19:54
19:54

MPs Condemn Brutal Eviction of Encroachers from Railway Land KCCA 2 1 Top story

Addressing the Committee, Charles Kateeba, the Managing Director URC admitted to liaising with KCCA to evict the encroachers with the aim of ensuring a safe and healthy railway corridor. He however, denied the alleged sale of URC land and collecting money from the encroachers.
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