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Ssekitoleko demands apology from Akol over bribe talk

Nakifuma MP Robert Kafeero Ssekitoleko has accused Kilak MP Anthony Akol of defaming him in the bribery allegations he made recently, and has threatened to sue. Akol reportedly stated that last month 24 MPs from NRM and three from the opposition were invited to Jinja where each was given sh 1 million and a 50kg …

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Health ministers explain introduction of Uganda internship entry exams

Minister Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng has told Uganda Parliament’s Health Committee that all measures taken recently in regard to interns allowances and eligibility to practice, were aimed at improving standards in the sector. Health minister Aceng stated that due to the increasing numbers of newly qualified medical personnel, lack of proper guidelines for training …

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Trade minister Kyambadde explains hides and skins export ban

The Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives Amelia Kyambadde has launched the Leather and Leather Products Policy that aims to improve quality of exports and processing of hides and skins in the country. The policy passed by Uganda’s cabinet recently, aims to maximize value addition in the leather sector and application of cleaner technologies. The …

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Medical interns take protest to parliament

Medical interns Wednesday tried to take their protest about working conditions and study duration to Uganda’s parliament. The students who include medical doctors, pharmacists and nurses protested a government proposal to extend from one to three years the period they act as interns. They are also unhappy with the reduction in their …

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Government plans practical training institute for journalists

  The government intends to establish a practicing educational institution of higher learning for journalists to refine their skills as a way of enabling them to serve the public better through disseminating information. Minister of Information, Technology and Communications (ICT) and National Guidance Frank Tumwebaze argued that due to the critical …

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