From A to Z – How They Voted in the Second Reading of the Age Limit Bill

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -How MPs voted Wednesday afternoon on the motion for the second reading of the report (317 YES, 97 NO ) on the Uganda Constitution Amendment Bill 2017, paving the way for the lifting of the term limits on the presidency,…

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -How MPs voted Wednesday afternoon on the motion for the second reading of the report (317 YES, 97 NO ) on the Uganda Constitution Amendment Bill 2017, paving the way for the lifting of the term limits on the presidency, return of presidential term limits and extension of MPs terms to seven years.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

How Opposition Tactics Failed to Stop Magyezi Juggernaut

[Observer] It was always going to be an uphill task to stop the Raphael Magyezi bill in parliament this week given the opposition lawmakers’ inferior numbers; so, in the end a handful of them huffed and puffed in vain.

[Observer] It was always going to be an uphill task to stop the Raphael Magyezi bill in parliament this week given the opposition lawmakers' inferior numbers; so, in the end a handful of them huffed and puffed in vain.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Paying the Price for the Life Presidency

[Observer] Our country has so far paid nearly Shs 100 billion to promoters of the removal of the presidential age limit from the Constitution to allow Gen Yoweri Museveni seek reelection in 2021.

[Observer] Our country has so far paid nearly Shs 100 billion to promoters of the removal of the presidential age limit from the Constitution to allow Gen Yoweri Museveni seek reelection in 2021.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

NIA 9 Case – We Arranged How Solo Sandeng, Others Sat – PW7

[Foroyaa] The seventh prosecution witness in the trial of 9 former senior officers of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA), Baboucarr Njie, has told the High Court that he and his team made the sitting arrangement of Solo Sandeng, Nogoi Njie and 3 ot…

[Foroyaa] The seventh prosecution witness in the trial of 9 former senior officers of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA), Baboucarr Njie, has told the High Court that he and his team made the sitting arrangement of Solo Sandeng, Nogoi Njie and 3 others.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

“We Will Have to Increase Taxes If… .” – Finance Minister

[Foroyaa] Mr. Amadou Sanneh, the Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs has said Government will have to increase taxes as there is no other way of funding the national budget. “Next budget if I come and I don’t have the resources, there is no suppor…

[Foroyaa] Mr. Amadou Sanneh, the Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs has said Government will have to increase taxes as there is no other way of funding the national budget. "Next budget if I come and I don't have the resources, there is no support budget, we will have to increase taxes. There is no other way to fund this," he said

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

At the National Assembly 2018 Budget Speech – PART TWO

[Foroyaa] The Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Amadou Sanneh, on Friday December 15th 2017, delivered the 2018 budget speech at the National Assembly Building in Banjul, the Gambia.

[Foroyaa] The Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Amadou Sanneh, on Friday December 15th 2017, delivered the 2018 budget speech at the National Assembly Building in Banjul, the Gambia.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

What Is the Total Debt of the Country?

[Foroyaa] The Minister of Finance has indicated that they inherited unsustainable debt from the Jammeh administration. The total debt of the country is 56.5 billion dalasi.

[Foroyaa] The Minister of Finance has indicated that they inherited unsustainable debt from the Jammeh administration. The total debt of the country is 56.5 billion dalasi.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Bankers’ President On Liberia’s Weak Economy

[New Democrat] The President of the Liberian Bankers Association and President of LBDI, John Davies says the Liberian economy is plagued with numerous challenges that need urgent interventions.

[New Democrat] The President of the Liberian Bankers Association and President of LBDI, John Davies says the Liberian economy is plagued with numerous challenges that need urgent interventions.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia