The Parliamentary Pensions Amendment Bill also seeks to increase benefits of Members of Parliament and Staff as it is noted by MP Akol that the current benefits due to a Member of Parliament and Staff is not befitting of any honorable Member and that there is need for a scheme redesign for MPs.
Massa who missed the Cranes recent International friendly away to Zambia last month because of injury said he is confident that although they have many young players in the team, they will do well in the qualifiers.
Julius Odong, a health worker in Gulu, believes the change is long overdue. He says centralizing the payroll was an error because it became easier to falsify payments since the paymasters did not personally know the people they were paying. It also made finding a person to hold accountable for mistakes harder.
The final inspection team is yet to verify the implementation of the recommendations and if approved the centre will receive its accreditation certificate in May this year during the Animal Keepers Conference to be held between 21st and 23rd May 2014 at Entebbe.
Understaffed government agencies are overworking their staff, which is constraining service delivery, the Auditor Generals 2012/13 financial year report has revealed. In the report released to Hon. Rebecca Kadaga, Speaker of Parliament, it revealed that of the 18 statutory bodies, there was a shortfall of 706 workers, which represents 38 percent shortfall.
Geoffrey Olula, one of the sitting tenants also says the houses have been over priced. He argues that while similar plots in Gulu would go for 5 million shillings the privatization Unit is selling the houses at 50 million, which is very unfair.
Prosecution told court that Irankunda found the victim working in a garden of sweet potatoes and dragged her to the nearby eucalyptus tree plantation from where he defiled her. The defiler is said to have later on given 500 shillings to the victim in return for her silence. The victim, however, reported to her parents the matter who alerted police.