Why Uganda Must Send Her Best to East African Legislative Assembly

[Monitor] The Parliament of Uganda has set February 8-9 as nomination dates for aspirants seeking to become one of the nine representatives of Uganda in the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) established under Article 49 of the East African Treaty.

[Monitor] The Parliament of Uganda has set February 8-9 as nomination dates for aspirants seeking to become one of the nine representatives of Uganda in the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) established under Article 49 of the East African Treaty.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Christians Vow Not to Work With New Bishop

[Monitor] Gomba -A section of Christians of Central Buganda Diocese have vowed never to work with the newly consecrated bishop even after he promised to work towards reconciliation in the Anglican Diocese.

[Monitor] Gomba -A section of Christians of Central Buganda Diocese have vowed never to work with the newly consecrated bishop even after he promised to work towards reconciliation in the Anglican Diocese.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Speaker’s Helicopter Not on Country’s List of Priorities

[Monitor] One of the Parliamentary items in Financial Yar 2017/18 (Budget Framework Paper 2017, pg. 345), is the purchase of motor vehicles and other transport equipment worth Shs22.5 billion. These other equipment include a helicopter airbus EC 145 -9…

[Monitor] One of the Parliamentary items in Financial Yar 2017/18 (Budget Framework Paper 2017, pg. 345), is the purchase of motor vehicles and other transport equipment worth Shs22.5 billion. These other equipment include a helicopter airbus EC 145 -9 seater for the Speaker and Deputy Speaker of Parliament, estimated to cost Shs19.5 billion. The justification given for this is the need to strengthen institutional capacity of Parliament to undertake its constitutional mandate effectively and efficiently.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

67 Muteesa I Royal University Students to Miss Graduation

[Monitor] Masaka -At least 67 students in the civil engineering department at Muteesa I Royal University are set to miss out on this year’s graduation slated for February 10, after National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) questioned their certifica…

[Monitor] Masaka -At least 67 students in the civil engineering department at Muteesa I Royal University are set to miss out on this year's graduation slated for February 10, after National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) questioned their certificates.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Health Records Assistant in Trouble Over Theft of Govt Drugs

[Monitor] Budaka -Police in Budaka District have arrested a records assistant attached to Kemeruka Health centre 111 over allegations that he stole government drugs worthy unspecified amount of money.

[Monitor] Budaka -Police in Budaka District have arrested a records assistant attached to Kemeruka Health centre 111 over allegations that he stole government drugs worthy unspecified amount of money.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Justice Kavuma and the ‘Stupid’ Court Order

[Monitor] When the Speaker of Parliament called Justice Steven Kavuma’s order “stupid”, the Chief Justice wrote to the Speaker extolling the procedures that exist in the courts of law for dealing with orders that may aggrieve a party. The Chief Justice…

[Monitor] When the Speaker of Parliament called Justice Steven Kavuma's order "stupid", the Chief Justice wrote to the Speaker extolling the procedures that exist in the courts of law for dealing with orders that may aggrieve a party. The Chief Justice sought to say that instead of publicly denouncing a court order as stupid, an aggrieved party should appeal the same.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda