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Speaker tasks Justice Minister to handle Constitution Amendment Bill

Speaker of Parliament, Anita Among has referred to the Justice and Constitutional Affairs Minister, Hon. Norbert Mao, a motion seeking leave of Parliament to introduce a private member’s constitution amendment Bill.

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Stripped naked, City lawyer Kintu Nteza Felix charged over defraud

Kampala city lawyer Kintu Nteza Felix of Kintu Nteza and Co advocates has been charged with obtaining money by false pretense, contrary to section 305 of the penal code act.

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Bureau of Statistics tasked to explain middle income status

Members of Parliament on the Committee on Human Rights have tasked the officials from Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS) to explain how they concluded that Uganda had attained a middle-income status.

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Shs100 billion needed to repair infrastructure in Mbale

The Ministry of Works and Transport needs Shs100 billion to restore infrastructure damaged by floods in Mbale.

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Redesign roads to curb road carnage- CISCOT

If the government does not address the issue of widening roads, the country will not achieve much in curbing road carnage, the Civil Society Coalition on Transport in Uganda (CISCOT) has told Members of Parliament.

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Artist Muvawala outs first single titled “Yabaddeki”

Muvawala has kick started his music career with releasing what might turn out to be a mega tune titled Yabaddeki.

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Youth call for tax waivers on their enterprises

Youths from across the country have urged government to waive off taxes on youth enterprises that have been earmarked to benefit from the Parish Development Model (PDM).

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Speaker Among tips youth to seek for opportunities

The Speaker of Parliament, Anita Among, has called on youths not to sit back, but take interest in the existing opportunities.

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IGG Beti Kamya, Finance minister Kasaija should be investigated- parliament

Parliament has recommended the investigation of the former Minister of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Hon. Beti Kamya and Finance Minister, Hon. Matia Kasaija for their role in the shs10.6 billion land compensation.

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MPs cite inconsistencies in Bujagali ownership

Members of Parliament on the Ad hoc Committee on Bujagali Hydropower Project have discovered what they described as inconsistencies in the ownership and registration of Bujagali Electricity Company Limited.

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