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17:41
17:41

Rules Committee Moves to Limit Campaigns for Speaker's Seat Speaker Race 2 1

Parliament’s Committee on Rules, Discipline and Privileges is proposing to limit campaigning for the positions of Speaker and Deputy Speaker ahead of the May elections.
13:26
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Ministerial Team Mediating Kadaga, Oulanyah Conflict Parliament 1 1

The two leaders have had a bitter relationship since 2016 when Oulanyah sought to contest for the position of the Speaker of Parliament, currently occupied by Rebecca Kadaga. They have, on several occasions disagreed on who should chair plenary sittings and taking trips abroad.
22:11
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Deputy Speaker Oulanyah Unbothered About Chairing House Parliament 2 1

The Deputy Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah last chaired the house on 4th February , almost five months ago
17:35
17:35

Displeasure Motion Against Oulanyah Expunged from Hansard Parliament 2 1

Although the motion was initially against the president, Bugabula South MP Maurice Kibalya moved an amendment to include the Deputy Speaker Jacob Oulanyah, who was condemned for returning the 20 million Shillings he was given as part of the allocation.
17:25
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Kadaga, Oulanyah Fights Intensify with Impeachment Ploy 2021 elections 1 Top story

MPs from the Busoga caucus reportedly started collecting signatures to impeach Oulanyah last week, a move that Oulanyah loyalists are suspicious could be coming from Kadaga’s camp. According to media reports some MPs have already signed the petition in a discreet move.
20:33
20:33

Dunamiscoins Scam Victims Seek Compensation from Government money lending 4 1

Records indicate that more than 1,000 customers from around the country had deposited money ranging from one million to 800 million Shillings, upon being promised a 40 per cent return on investment. At the time of its closure, the company had collected an estimated 10 billion Shillings from the public.
18:20
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Kadaga, Commissioners Disagree on Payment of OTT for MPs social media tax 3 1

The Speaker of parliament, Rebecca Kadaga says she doesn’t believe that the public should pay OTT for the MPs. While addressing journalists at parliament on Thursday, Kadaga promised to find out those behind the decision and scrutinize the contract.
19:43
19:43

Ministers Involved in Exporting Labour Abroad-Kadaga slavery 2 1

Kadaga said that it is unfortunate that companies that export workers abroad are owned by Ministers who have done nothing to fight human trafficking
18:42
18:42

Apaa Dispute Probe Continues Despite Gov't Directives apaa land 1 1

The boundary dispute started in 2012 when Adjumani district council gazetted the area as East Madi Game Reserve, a move which was opposed by authorities in Amuru district, which equally claimed rights over the same land.
15:43
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Excitement as Kadaga Resumes Duties rebecca kadaga 4 1

The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga who has been hospitalized for close to a month has resumed duties at Parliament.
07:36
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Kadaga to Resume Duties Today parliament 1

According to the Principle Press Secretary in the office of the Speaker, Sam Obbo, Kadaga will on Friday launch the Common Wealth Parliamentary conference Website in her boardroom.
18:25
18:25

Kadaga, Oulanyah Get Press Secretaries rebecca kadaga 1

Parliament has appointed two Principle Press Secretaries for the Speaker of Parliament and her Deputy.
19:00
19:00

Mothers of Nodding Victims Receive UGX 10 Million nodding disease 1

The money is meant to support mothers in Odek sub-county Omoro district. It will be put in the womens Savings and Credit group where the women can borrow and save.
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West Nile Leaders Seek Answers to Challenges of Hosting Refugees sexual harassment 1 2

Obongi County MP Hassan Kaps Fungaroo states that the cost-benefit of hosting the refugees remains one-sided adding that government attention should be drawn to the status of roads, business and contracts, the status of employment for locals and mitigation for the negative effects of the refugee settlement on the environment.
11:28
11:28

USAID: Uganda's Health, Education Systems Beginning to Fail education sector 2 1

The United States Agency for International Development USAID has said Ugandas education and health systems have started to fail over chronic vulnerability and population explosion.
18:55
18:55

Marriage & Divorce Bill Changed marriage bill 3

The Law Reform Commission has changed the name of the Marriage and Divorce Bill into Marriage Bill. Cohabitation which was at the centre of the controversy when the bill was first introduced has been removed. The bill previously stated that even in a cohabitation relationship, the parties had the right to share property.
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