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Parliament Asks Task Force to Stop Soliciting for Money From Workers

Members of Parliament have asked the National COVID-19 Response Fund to withdraw a letter to corporate and private companies that seeks to solicit money from salaried employees to be used in the fight against the novel coronavirus disease. A letter from the National task force circulated on social media on Sunday,

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MPs Oppose Single-sourcing of Nytil for Masks

MPs have asked government to involve ordinary citizens in the production of masks to be distributed before easing the current Covid19 lockdown. In a televised address, President Museveni announced several measures aimed at easing the lockdown, before conditioning them on the production and distribution of masks countrywide. MP Patrick Nsamba (NRM, Kassanda

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MP Karuhanga Threatens to Run to Court Again Over 40m Allegedly Given to MPs

Ntungamo Municipality Member of Parliament (MP), Hon. Gerald Karuhanga has threatened to run to court again over 40 million allegedly given to MPs. While addressing journalists at the parliamentary chambers on Friday, May 16, Karuhanga revealed that over 317 legislators were given a token of 40 million each as an appreciation

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Parliament to Probe Quality of Covid-19 Relief Food

The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has assured legislators that the institution will interest itself in the quality of relief food distributed to the masses. Kadaga’s reassurance follows a complaint from several MPs during plenary sitting on Tuesday, 12 May 2020 about the quality of the beans being distributed by the

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