Dr. Vicent Oketcho, the Chief of Party of IntraHealth International - Uganda, discloses that in some districts such as Iganga, local leaders went further to use the attendance records to make administrative decisions including payment of salaries based on the number of days worked.
A total of 1,385 out of the 104,243 registered candidates did not turn up for exams, a slight drop from the 1,421 absentees registered in 2015, according to figures released by Uganda National Examinations Board--UNEB.
Ever since her fallout with Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, Kadaga is yet to chair a plenary session with majority of the ministers attending. Worth noting is that the Prime Minister himself has not attended plenary chaired by Kadaga ever since the Public Order Management Bill (POMB) was passed with Jacob Oulanyah in the Speaker\'s chair.
Richard Todwong, Minister without Portfolio, says that while the chief whip is within her mandate to remind MPs of their duties, MPs are mature people and forcing them to sessions might worsen the situation.