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Nurses strike over non payment of Covid-19 allowances

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | A section of nurses deployed at the KCCA primary school COVID-19 vaccination center in Kamwokya have shunned the exercise protesting non-payment of their allowances. The nurses are entitled to a daily allowance of Shillings 5000, which is meant to facilitate their movement. However, the nurses have …

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Hoima councilors protest over unpaid allowances

Hoima, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Councilors in Hoima district are protesting the delayed payment of their allowances. Hoima district has 32 councilors who earn 350,000 Shillings as allowance per sitting. Now, the group say that they are demanding allowances for the last three months, and are threatening to shun all …

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Disbanded SPCs threaten to stage illegal patrols over unpaid salaries

Kabale, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | A section of the disbanded Special Police Constables-SPCs in Kabale district are threatening to stage illegal operations to extort money from the public citing nonpayment of their allowances. Police recruited the SPCs in December last year to complement its work of law enforcement during this …

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Minister Amongi approves new allowances for KCCA executives

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Minister for Kampala and Metropolitan Affairs, Betty Amongi has approved additional allowances for the newly created authority and division executive members under the 2020 Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA Amendment Act. The allowances communicated in a December 10th letter by the minister to the executive …

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Busia health workers, VHTs protest over delayed payment of allowances

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Health workers and Village Health Teams-VHTs are protesting the delayed payment of their allowances for the just concluded oral cholera vaccination exercise in Busia municipality. The health workers and VHTs were entitled to Shillings 280,000 and Shillings 240,000 respectively for the five-day exercise that …

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