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SALARY INCREMENT FOR PUBLIC SERVANTS STILL IN BALANCE

By; Charles Katabalwa The Minister of Information Frank Tumwebaze has confirmed that cabinet approved the 2018/2019 financial year budget without precise figures of salary increment for public servants. Tumwebaze says even though parliament is scrutinizing the ministerial budgets, the Ministry of Finance is finalizing budget cash limits to incorporate salary increments for public servants since […]

CITY PASTOR ACCUSED OF DEFRAUDING FORMER KATIKKIRO’S FAMILY

By; Ben Musanje The former Katikkiro of Buganda Michael Ernest Kawalya’s grand children have accused the city Pastor Daniel Walugembe for defrauding them while acquiring their late mother’s land. The land in caution is located at Bulega in Buikwe district Kyaggwe worth 509 Acers of land owned by their mother, the late Harriet Nansikombi a […]

400 INTERNATIONAL PILGRIMS CONFIRMED FOR JUNE 3RD MARTYRS CELEBRATIONS

By; Our Reporter Over 400 international pilgrims have registered for this year’s Uganda Martyrs Day celebrations held annually at Namugongo Martyrs shrines on June 3rd. The Pilgrims Committee Chairperson Theresa Obbo says as of Wednesday, over 400 international pilgrims from Malawi, South Africa and Tanzania had registered and confirmed participation at Namugongo Catholic Shrine. Obbo […]

FDC LAUGHS OFF NRM’S DECISION OF CHALLENGING MWIRU VICTORY IN COURT

By; Francis Lubega The opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has mocked the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) on their decision of petitioning court about the concluded Jinja East Elections. Last week NRM Secretary General Justine Kasule Lumumba accused opposition of largely influencing the elections by intimidating and bribing the party voters. Speaking to FDC […]