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16:29
16:29

Gov’t Failure to Deliver Free Sanitary Pads Ashames Women – Lumumba presidential pledge 1 4

Lumumba says the guilt of failure is an indictment of all the women who constitute 43 percent of Museveni’s cabinet, arguing that the government must refocus on its intervention of providing free condoms in public toilets to curtail the spread of HIV/AIDS and prioritize the plight of the vulnerable girl child.
20:23
20:23

Senyonyi Asks EU To Push Museveni On Missing Persons corruption 4 1

Ssenyonyi’s who recently took over from Mathias Mpuuga made the call during a meeting between the shadow Cabinet and EU Ambassadors.
16:23
16:23

Appointments Committee Vets Electoral Commission Members Makerere University 1

The nominees include Justice Simon Byamukama (Chairperson), Hajjati Aisha Lubega (Deputy Chairperson), James Peter Emorut, Stephen Tashobya, Anthony Okello, the former Kioga County MP, Dr. Simba Ssali, a Don of Political Science at Makerere University, and Caroline Bainamaryo.
17:39
17:39

Prepaid Electricity Meters to Be Phased Out by November 2024 1 2

It was announced by Dr. Ruth Nankabirwa Ssentamu, the Minister of Energy and Mineral Development while updating the country on the implementation of the electricity end-user tariffs at the Uganda Media Centre – UMC on Friday.
15:57
15:57

Ugandans in The Diaspora to Discuss Voting Rights, Gov't Programs COVID-19 pandemic.

Government estimates at least 1.5 million Ugandans live abroad including Africa, the Americas and Caribean, Asia and Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East. They make remittances that provide crucial support to relatives back home.
12:25
12:25

Public Servants Challenged to Reflect on Kyemba’s 'Corrupt-Free' Career Makerere university 4 1 Top story

Kyemba, 84, passed away at URO Care Hospital in Kampala on October 19, 2023, due to complications related to diabetes.
14:53
14:53

Opposition Demands Gov’t Conduct Local Council Elections Within 30 Days 3 1

Gorreth Namugga, the Mawogola South County representative in Masaka District and Shadow Minister for Science and Innovation criticized the Government for undermining the decentralization system adopted in 1992, which aimed to deliver services to the grassroots level.
10:53
10:53

Enact Law to Declare President’s Health -Odonga-Otto 1 2

Odonga-Otto says what has necessitated the legislation is President Museveni’s self-isolation at State House Nakasero after he tested positive for the pandemic Corona Virus Disease – COVID-19 last week on Wednesday 6th June 2023.
21:26
21:26

Museveni Speaks Tough on Security, Corruption, Assures Country of Economic Growth 5 4

Museveni made the remarks while addressing legislators, government officials, foreign diplomats, traditional leaders, and religious representatives during the State of Nation Address – 2023 at Kololo Independent Grounds on Wednesday.
17:20
17:20

EC Starts Nomination Of Candidates For Bukedea Local Council By-Elections 2

The nominated candidates will conduct campaign meetings for six days starting 7 to 12 June 2023.
12:13
12:13

Opposition, Activists Call for Constitutional, Electoral Reforms 5 3

Joe Onyango-Oloka, a Professor of Law at Makerere University, emphasized that Ugandans must confront the legacy of military rule in the country to make constitutional reforms meaningful and beneficial for all those seeking change.
07:50
07:50

I Brokered Release of MPs Ssegirinya, Ssewanyana For Their Families – Mao dialogue 1 3

While addressing the media at the Democratic Party – DP headquarters in Kampala on Tuesday, Mao said denial of bail to the accused and continuous incarceration by the State was a violation of their right guaranteed by Article 23 (6) of the 1995 Constitution and was ‘no longer prosecution but persecution.
14:11
14:11

Independent MPs Want Administration of Parliament Act Amended Again 1 3

They want the Administration of Parliament Act, 1997 to be further modified to include representation of independents to the Parliamentary Commission and leadership of some of the Committees of Parliament. At least 73 out of the 529 lawmakers in the 11th Parliament, are independent.
20:13
20:13

Parliament’s Censure Motion Against Minister Namuganza Faces Tough Challenge 3 1

Dr Chris Baryomunsi, the Minister of ICT and National Guidance while addressing journalists at the Uganda Media Centre on Thursday, said the NRM Government wants to mediate and resolve the bad blood that has emerged between Namuganza and Speaker Among to restore cohesion between the two NRM leaders.
16:43
16:43

Compensate Families of Victims Killed in 2020 Riots - Mpuuga protestors 1

Mpuuga made the statement on Friday in commemoration of the 54 civilians killed by the security personnel during a violent crackdown of protestors who were opposing the arrest of Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, alias Bobi Wine during a presidential campaign in Luuka District.
19:37
19:37

Newly Elected Soroti City East Division MP Takes Oath Polling Stations 3 1

Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda, the Kira Municipality MP, also the Whip for the opposition Forum for Democratic Change – FDC protested Ariko’s swearing-in describing the newly elected MP as a beneficiary of the hostility, kidnap, and arbitrary arrests conducted during the by-elections.
18:37
18:37

Mao Rallies Aggrieved DP Loyalists to Embrace the Cooperation Agreement Norbert Mao 3 1 Top story

Mao reiterated that NEC endorsed three key strategic objectives during the meeting having lost in the January 2021 general polls. The three objectives included capturing power, attaining majority Parliamentary seats in the main opposition party, or sharing power with the reigning government.
15:05
15:05

NRM Maintains its Six Incumbent EALA Lawmakers 1

“CEC therefore endorses incumbent EALA members to the NRM Parliamentary Caucus as NRM candidates for the position. They are; Mary Mugyenyi, Rose Akol, Stephen George Odongo, Denis Namara, James Kakooza, and Paul Musamali Mwasa," the letter signed by Richard Todwong the NRM Secretary General further read.
18:16
18:16

I Will Be Speaker for Every Body-Among 2 1

Among garnered 401 votes to defeat her rival Asuman Basalirwa, the Bugiri Municipality MP who got 66 votes.
07:13
07:13

Greater North MPs Threaten to Boycott Election of Speaker Jacob Oulanyah 1 3

Denis Hamson Obua, the Ajuri County MP in Alebtong District who expressed interest to contest for the speakership race on the NRM party ticket says that the position of the Speaker was allocated based on the performance of the party in last year's general elections.
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