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OVER 30,000 PILGRIMS ARRIVED AT NAMUGONGO MARTYRS CATHOLIC SHRINE

By Charles Katabalwa Barely two days to this year’s Uganda Martyrs day celebrations at Namugongo, the number of pilgrims at the Catholic shrine is continuing to flock at the Catholic shrine each minute with the current figures indicating a total of 30,000 pilgrims from in and out of Uganda been registered. Large numbers of pilgrims […]

LUKWAGO ANGRY WITH MINISTER KAMYA’s OPERATIONS

By Olivia Nabaggala The Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago has summoned a special sitting on June 8th at the city hall to discuss the root causes of misunderstandings between the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Executive Director Jennifer Musisi Ssemakula and the minister for Kampala Betty Kamya on the controversial amendments within the KCCA act. Addressing […]

WASTEFUL EXPENDITURES COST UGANDA’S BUDGETS-MPS

By Francis Lubega Wasteful expenditures by government agencies have been noted among major hindrances to the development of Uganda and implementation of its budgets. This was revealed during the on gong 2017/18 budget reading approval in parliament by the chairperson of the parliamentary budgets committee Amos Lugolobi noting a number of challenges mainly monitoring, and […]

UGANDA ADVISED TO STOCK ENOUGH FUEL A HEAD OF KENYA’S ELECTIONS

By Francis Lubega Parliamentary Natural Resources committee has advised Government to stock enough quantities of fuel ahead of the Kenyan elections slated for August this year. The committee observes that previous elections in Kenya have significantly affected fuel supply into Uganda with the worst case scenario was the 2007 post-election violence that caused a severe […]