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18:04
18:04

Attorney General to Guide After Expiry of Ministers' Term President Museveni 1 1

Ofwono Opondo, the Director of Uganda Media Centre says that the Ministers’ tenure expires tomorrow with the swearing-in of the President. He says no Minister can represent the government in public functions.
07:24
07:24

Unbalanced Medic, Patient Ratio Impedes Nutrition Sensitization in Luweero Government 2 6

According to Kisaakye, a general hospital should have more than 40 medics, while a health center IV should have at least 40, HC 3 14 and HC 2 at least 4 medics. He says that because of the staff shortage, the medic to patient ratio in Luweero stands at 1:50, which is a huge number. He says that each medic, is supposed to attend to 25 patients in need of nutrition messages, but in Luweero its overwhelming, because the number is more than doubled for each.
07:44
07:44

Residents Blame Death of Five Fishermen on Corrupt Law Enforcement Officers Government 4 1

The Kadungulu Sub County LC III Chairperson, Peter Okomol Edeu Okomol blames the accidents on corrupt law enforcement officers on the Lake, especially the Police Marines, UPDF Fisheries Protection Unit and Fishery officers whom he claims often impound small boats and return them to fishermen after pocketing bribes.
19:50
19:50

Serere Teachers' Request to Next Parliament: Decent Burials MPs 4 1

Richard Atubi and Paul Opio, teachers of various schools in the district backed their representative Okiria and informed the minister that the meager salaries which always delays makes their families unable to purchase even a mere coffin. Hellen Catherine Atim said even their clans are too poor to arrange a decent burial when a teacher dies.
18:16
18:16

MPs Task Gov't on Opening Remaining Sectors of Economy COVID-19 3 1

Members of Parliament argue that the sectors are prepared to meet the standard operating procedures and adhere to the COVID-19 guidelines.
17:31
17:31

Parliament Demands Evaluation of Covid-19 Lockdown MPs 1 2

Kadaga also questioned how long the lockdown will continue. She asked the Prime Minister to prepare an evaluation.
20:17
20:17

MPs Split on Proposal to Involve Museveni in NSSF Bill Scrutiny President 3 1

A joint team of members of the gender and finance committees is scrutinizing the NSSF bill, which among others, seeks to make it mandatory for all workers to register and contribute to NSSF, allow for self-employed people to contribute to NSSF and allow midterm access to benefits for voluntary members.
13:30
13:30

Government Secures Aircraft, Chemicals to fight Desert Locusts aerial sprays 3 1 Top story

The government deployment Local Defence Unit personnel to spray the locusts using hand-held sprays. But State Minister for Animal Husbandry Bright Rwamirama says that aircraft for the aerial spray was cleared yesterday and will be stationed in Moroto district. Another aircraft has been hired for backup.
07:34
07:34

Tooro People’s Conference: Government Faulted for Failure to Train Local Leaders decentralization 2 4 Top story

While presenting a concept note on “Governance and Leadership”, Muzinduki, said the failure by government to train local leaders means voters will continue to suffering under political injustices.
15:34
15:34

Tooro Kingdom Asked Not to Evict Gov't From Land Government 5 1

The districts of Kabarole, Kyenjojo, Kyegegwa and Bunyangabu currently use the Kingdom buildings to host their Sub County and County headquarters. Some of the buildings are also being occupied by schools and health facilities. Some buildings have also been turned into military installations such as the newly created UPDF Mountain Division at Muhooti Barracks.
16:55
16:55

Gov't to Export 80,000 Workers to UAE Saudi Arabia 2 1

According to the Minister for Gender Labour and Social Development Janat Mukwaya, the agreement paves way for protection of Ugandans seeking to work in the UAE, as the two countries will be able to discuss and exchange views about the workers and their rights.
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