Premier Mayiga cited a cooperative for farmers in Bugerere, Kayunga district, where farmers have already benefited from sensitization programs and now have a tractor to help out with day-to-day tilling.
The Union\'s Chief Executive Officer, Joshua Waiswa cited a need for a regulatory body saying that they work in an almost non-regulated sector with no formal body to regulate meat like Dairy Development Authority is to dairy.
President Yoweri Museveni recently announced that he has started using the army in the Luwero triangle, the Rwenzori region and other Fronasa bases to implement the plan which NAADS failed to implement over the last 17 years. He said the program will be rolled out next financial year.
Ronald Regan Namanya, an Economist with Centre for Tobacco Control in Africa noted that transiting from tobacco growing will help the country reduce on the risks posed by tobacco growing to both growers and users. Namanya said that Tobacco growing is very costly and labour intensive with the most of the work done by women and children.
But Mukasa instead asked the MPs to direct the question of Sejusa\'s whereabouts to the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga. The Security Minister said that the controversial General never informed his office of his plans to fly out of Uganda.
The Acting Solicitor General in the letter noted that the constitutional court ruled on the limitation of parliamentâ€™s power in a recent case that parliament is not vested with powers under the constitution to order the removal of certain persons from office whose vacation of office is provided for under the constitution.
NRM Party and opposition members will on Thursday this week forward proposed names of the selected Members of Parliament to the business committee that are to sit on a select committee to handle the contested Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) report.