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14:20
14:20

Ntungamo District Leaders Eulogize Former Minister Kanyomozi 1 3

Naome Kabasharira, the Ntungamo Woman Member of Parliament described the deceased as an exceptional leader. She said that the country has lost a true democratic leader who stood by his word even when he was approached by President Museveni.
07:56
07:56

Ntungamo Chairperson Fires Finance Secretary Over Incompetence 1

The speaker Nicholas Twikirize directed Mpirirwe to hand over office within two weeks to allow the newly appointed Finance secretary to handle the reports for the next sitting.
13:01
13:01

Ntungamo Councilors Reject UGX 620m Supplementary Budget for Nutrition Project 1 7

Councilors led by Denis Muhumuza the councilor Itojo sub-County noted that the details of how the first budget was spent are unclear.
10:21
10:21

Ntungamo District Councillors Refuse to Approve UGX 9bn Supplementary Budget 3

Councillors led by Denis Muhumuza the councillor Itojo sub-County said that the council was not ready to approve the budget without the breakdown of the funds. He says that they need to know how much has been allocated to each department and how it will be utilized.
16:40
16:40

1039 Ghost Nurses Unearthed As Payment of UGX 70b Lunch Allowance Starts 1 2

Catherine Bitarakwate Musingwire, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Public Service has given the accounting officers of the affected districts to tender in an explanation not later than the 15th of August.
08:52
08:52

Ntungamo Scales Down Staff After Registering Two Positive Covid19 Cases 1 1

Hanny Turyahebwa, the Ntungamo Chief Administrative Officer, says they have reduced staff by 30 percent as a preventive measure to contain further spread of the disease. “We don’t want this to spread to others, so we are asking our staff to stay and work from home,” he said.
15:06
15:06

Ntungamo Needs UGX 170M for Road Repairs Floods 6 1

Ntungamo District local government is in need of 170 million Uganda Shillings to repair roads that were recently destroyed by heavy rains.
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