PARLIAMENTARY NEWS

ZERO MALARIA STARTS WITH ME, UGANDA RECOGNISED FOR KEEPING MALARIA HIGH ON POLITICAL AGENDA

By Goodluck Musinguzi The Government of Uganda through its robust Ministry of Health has made the fight against Malaria disease high on the political agenda. President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has been at the forefront when he launched the “Kick Malaria Out of Uganda” campaign at Parliament in 2018. He said …

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HIDDEN ELECTRONIC INFORMATION HAS BEEN AIDING THE CORRUPT IN UGANDA, NEW FORENSIC LAB TO SOLVE PUZZLE-BAMUGEMEREIRE

By Goodluck Musinguzi George Bamugemereire , Deputy Inspector General of Government says the fight against corruption in Uganda has been taken to the digital space after strengthening the Anti-Corruption Chain in its entirety rather than focus on specific institutions. While launching a state of the art forensic laboratory at his …

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WE SHALL MAKE LIRA CITY GREAT-HON JANE RUTH ACENG AFTER BEING NOMINATED AS WOMAN MP

By Goodluck Musinguzi Hon Jane Ruth Aceng was successfully nominated to stand as Woman MP for Lira City on the NRM ticket. She thanked the people of Lira City for supporting her and loving her all these years. Hon Jane Ruth Aceng promised to work with the people to build …

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UGANDAN HOSPITALS HAVE 22 ACCOUNTING OFFICERS, DR OREM JACKSON VOTE 114 UGANDA CANCER INSTITUTE

By Goodluck Musinguzi The ministry of finance, Planning and Economic Development appointed Accounting Officers for the financial year 2019/2020, its yet to name a new team for 2020/2021. In a letter addressed to the clerk to Parliament, the secretary to the treasury Mr. Keith Muhakanizi listed the appointed officers. Muhakanizi …

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THE COST OF DEFEATING THE MINISTER OF DEFENCE IN UGANDA,DAVIS KAMUKAMA BEING BLOCKED OUT OF NRM FLAG

By Goodluck Musinguzi Davis Kamukama a businessman in Kikuubo Kampala City and radio proprietor of Ngabo FM in Bunyangabu District pulled a surprise when he humiliated the most powerful Minister of Defence, Adolf Mwesige in the just concluded NRM primaries. His celebration is being threatened by a petition to President …

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25 COVID-19 PATIENTS SURVIVE AFTER BUS CATCHES FIRE IN UGANDA

By Goodluck Musinguzi Witnesses on the Gulu-Kampala highway are surprised that 25 people aboard a parliamentary bus have survived after seeing it burst in flames. Patrick said the event was like a movie, happened so fast confusing him to believe what was happening. The bus burnt to ashes and its …

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LATE HON FAITH ALUPO’S LAST HOURS AS SHE BATTLED CORONAVIRUS

By Goodluck Musinguzi Hon Faith Alupo a Member of Parliament representing Pallisa district in Uganda has died of coronavirus at Mulago hospital. Her condition worsened at 4am, the ICU team tried to save her life but in vain. Late Faith Alupo 36 years was initially admitted at Entebbe Regional Referral …

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MISUSING A GUN LANDS UGANDAN MINISTER RUKUTANA IN PRISON

By Goodluck Musinguzi Uganda Police Force has preferred several charges on Junior Minister Mwesigwa Rukutana after he acted out of anger on the second day of voting in his Rushenyi constituency, Ntungamo district, South Western Uganda after grabbing a gun from a police man on video. The video that went …

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PRESIDENT MUSEVENI CONDEMNS INJURING OF PEOPLE, RUKUTANA TRANSFERRED TO MBARARA

By Goodluck Musinguzi President Yoweri Museveni has condemned pockets of criminal incidents that characterized the National Resistance Movement Party Primaries held on Friday. The most visible cases involved shooting of voters in South Western Uganda. “I am not Tanga Odoi but my entering from the criminal side, which is my …

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UGANDA’S CABINET MINISTER ARRESTED FOR “SHOOTING” AT CLOSE RANGE HIS POLITICAL OPPONENTS

One of Uganda’s Junior Cabinet Ministers acted like a beast or like a man possessed by a spirit while grabbing a gun from one of his escorts and went on to “shoot” his opponents after losing NRM party elections. Rukutana Mwesigwa has been a member of parliament representing Rushenyi County …

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