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16:42
16:42

‘Rebel' MPs Ejected From NRM Caucus Meeting theodore ssekikubo 3

The MPs are among those who have openly opposed the amendment of article 102 b of the constitution to lift the 75-year cap on the presidential age. They had joined their counterparts in the party to discuss a strategy on how to handle impending consultative meetings on the proposed amendment.
18:21
18:21

Bunyoro MPs: Tibaleka Appointment Was on Purpose 6 1

Under the Bunyoro Parliamentary Group, the legislators contend that Adrian Tibalekas appointment as State Minister for Elderly and Disabled was aimed at discrediting the sub regions potential to have a credible leader.
08:16
08:16

MP Tinkasimire's Wife Search Enters Second Week 2 1

The search for Buyaga West Member of Parliament Barnabas Tinkasimire's missing wife Lynn Mbabazi has entered its second week. Mbabazi went missing a week ago at about midday when she had just left Katwe Police station where she was following up a case of threatening violence.
15:14
15:14

Rebel MPs to Stay in Parliament theodore ssekikubo

Five judges of the Supreme Court have today ruled that the \"rebel MPs\" Theodore Ssekikubo, Mohammad Nsereko, Wilfred Niwagaba and Barnabas Tinkasimire retain their seats in Parliament as the court disposes off their main appeal.
11:25
11:25

Kadaga: Rebel MPs No Longer Allowed in House mp mohammed nsereko 1 Top story

In the said decree, I am retrained by the Court from allowing the four Members mentioned to continue sitting in Parliament or to take part in any Parliamentary activity or any of its committees and to stop payment to them of any salaries, allowances, other emoluments and entitlements, save for those that may have accrued to them immediately before the issuance of the Court orders.
10:33
10:33

MP Tinkasimire Released on Bond

Tinkasimire was arrested over the weekend for allegedly attempting to cause mayhem at the wedding celebration of Denis Namara, the NRM National Youth chairperson and senior presidential advisor on Youth affairs.
10:58
10:58

Ssekikuubo: Aronda Appointment to Pave Way for President's Son in Cabinet theodore ssekikubo 5 1

Ssekikubo argued that the President is using General Aronda as precedent. He claimed that if Aronda is vetted President Museveni would use this example to later appoint his son Brigadier Muhoozi Kainerugaba as Minister in Parliament while he still holds his position in the military.
12:22
12:22

Leave Our MP Alone: Ndorwa East Voters to Museveni 3

In an 18th April letter, the voters have asked the speaker to ignore the directive by the party leadership to expel their MP from parliament.
11:28
11:28

NRM Sets Up Committee to Examine Rules of Procedure nrm caucus

The National Resistance Movement has instituted a nine-man committee to examine the draft Rules of Procedure of the party’s Parliamentary Caucus. The committee which starts its work with immediate effect has been given three days to report back to the Retreat Plenary in Kyankwanzi.
18:18
18:18

EALA Elections: Museveni Warns Kadaga, Mbabazi theodore ssekikubo

President Yoweri Museveni has tasked Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga and Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi to explain their roles in the recently concluded elections for the East African Legislative Assembly—EALA Speaker.
18:18
18:18

Tinyefuza Snubs Parliament For A Third Time 2

Legislators sitting on the Presidential Affairs Committee say they will not approve the budgets for the Internal and External Security Organizations until General David Tinyefuza vacates the KCCA house on Mabua Road, in Kololo.
17:53
17:53

Kabakumba Proves Her Appointment as Kampala Minister betty nambooze

Kabakumba Matsiko, the Minister for the Presidency today presented her appointment letter to the presidential affairs committee of parliament indicting that she is charge of Kampala Capital City Authority.
19:03
19:03

Minister Karoro to be Probed over UBC Land Sale 2

Information Minister. Mary Karoro Okurut has been asked to refund one billion shillings she received from the alleged fraudulent sale of Uganda Broadcasting Corporation land.
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