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Presidents Office Returns UGX 2.9b COVID-19 Cash to Treasury

02 Jul 2020 · The money is part of an allocation of 16.8 billion Shillings which the office received to facilitate COVID-19 response activities in April.

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Presidents Office Returns UGX 2.9b COVID-19 Cash to Treasury Parliament 2 1

The money is part of an allocation of 16.8 billion Shillings which the office received to facilitate COVID-19 response activities in April.
22:08
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Parliament Probes Mass Layoffs at Vision Group journalism 4 1 Top story

A number of workers were sent on Forced leave with a pay of 500,000 Shillings a month, to sustain them during this period. Several others were terminated in a decision, which according to the company’s Chief Executive Robert Kabushenga, was in response to the changed media industry circumstances.
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Gov't Seeks to Suspend Delegates Conferences Ahead of 2021 Polls 1 2

The regulations seek to provide guidance on the conduct of meetings and elections at a time when the world is challenged with managing crowds in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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President Museveni Assents to Four Electoral Laws 1 1

However, the Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs said that President Yoweri Museveni declined to assent to the Local Government (Amendment) Bill.
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Security Might Kill more Ugandans than COVID-19, Warns MPs 1 3

Members of Parliament want Government to prevail on errant security officials saying many Ugandans may die as a result of security brutality than of COVID-19.
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Custodian Board Admits Selling Contested Property to Mukwano COSASE Sub-committe 1

The MPs have been specifically investigating how UNRA paid out 7 billion Shillings as compensation to Mukwano Industries to take over Plot 13/25 and Plot M30 Press House road.
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CCEDU Wants Special Law on 2021 Polls 2021 elections 1 4

The former Minister for Ethics and Integrity wondered why the government does not view the Covid-19 pandemic as an emergency which can lead to the postponement of the polls.