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18:42
18:42

Parliament Gets Stuck as Part of Oil Report is in Arabic

Nathan Nandala Mafabi, the leader of the opposition in parliament said the rules of procedure do not provide for such a scenario adding that, only a few MPs understand Arabic.
10:35
10:35

Cecilia Ogwal: Oil Ad hoc Committee Report Inconclusive minority report

The committee, which was chaired Michael Werikhe, the Bungokho south MP has since exonerated Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, Foreign affairs minister Sam Kutesa and Disaster Preparedness Minister Hilary Onek saying it didn’t find any evidence incriminating them for pocketing bribes from oil companies.
14:41
14:41

Adhoc Oil Committee Split Over Final Report cecilia ogwal

Karuhanga accused Amama Mbabazi, the prime minister, Sam Kuteesa, Foreign Affairs minister and disaster preparedness minister Hilary Onek of bribery and influence peddling.
17:47
17:47

Kanungu Voter Wants UGX 23B As Court Costs special oil debate

Severino Twinobusingye, a voter from Kanungu district who won a case against the Attorney General on behalf of 3 cabinet ministers, wants to be paid over 23.6 billion shillings as costs spent while prosecuting this case.
19:07
19:07

Kadaga Clears Oil Committee to Travel Abroad adhoc committee

A week after the media exposed parliament’s failure to fund oil bribery investigations by the ad hoc committee on Oil, Speaker Rebecca Kadaga has met the committee Chairperson and re-assured him that his members should prepare and travel to all the six countries they plan to gather information from.
08:08
08:08

Parliament Advises Oil Probe Committee to Call off Foreign Trips

The parliamentary ad hoc committee investigating allegations of bribery in the Oil sector has been advised to call off its foreign trips that were meant to establish whether indeed three Senior Ministers accused of corruption took bribes to influence the awarding of contracts.
17:59
17:59

MPS: Oil Adhoc Committee Wasting Time michael werikhe 5

Legislators who petitioned parliament to investigate bribery in the oil sector are losing hope in the work of adhoc committee saying, it will come up with nothing.
20:13
20:13

Oil Ad hoc Committee Lacks Money to Travel for Investigations oil committee

The ad-hoc committee investigating allegations of corruption and bribery in Uganda’s oil sector has failed to get funds to travel for its work within and outside the country, the committee chairperson has said.
18:52
18:52

Police: Oil Bribery Investigations Not Complete 3

Police have still failed to finalise investigations into the oil bribery allegations more than five months after the force told legislators that more time was needed to complete the inquiry.
18:23
18:23

Tullow: Uganda Has Tough Oil Terms tullow oil uganda

Uganda has one of the toughest commercial terms for oil production in Africa, according to Tullow Oil officials.
14:10
14:10

Interpol Director Thrown Out Of Parliament

Asan Kasingye, the director of International Police relations in the Uganda Police Force, has been thrown out of the parliamentary ad hoc committee investigating oil bribery allegations.
20:24
20:24

Ad hoc Committee on Oil Resumes Work 1

The ad hoc committee on oil has resumed its work nearly four months after court stopped the probe. The seven-man parliamentary committee started work on Monday after the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga gave the go-ahead for the probe.
13:23
13:23

Constitutional Court Halts Proceedings of Oil Committee oil debate

The Constitutional Court has halted all the proceedings of the adhoc committee of investigating the oil sector and rules and privileges committee of parliament until court disposes off a petition challenging the implementation parliamentary resolutions passed on October 12th.
09:56
09:56

Auditor General Uncovers Inconsistencies in Oil Operations

The Auditor General, John Muwanga on Wednesday told the ad hoc committee on oil that there are several inconsistencies affecting the smooth operations in the oil sector.
16:57
16:57

Mbabazi Insists He Is Clean special oil debate

Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi insists he is still a clean man, even amidst several calls for the man once called Mr. Clean, to step aside, over allegations that he benefited from corruption in the oil sector.
15:43
15:43

Mbabazi Fails To Explain Origin Of Oil Documents Clearing Him oil investigation

The Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi maintains that he will not step aside in respect of the ongoing investigations in the oil sector. The premier told MPs on the Adhoc committee on oil that resolutions of parliament did not target the Prime Minister but the President.
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