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Mwiru unbothered by criticism for joining ANT

Jinja, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT |   The Jinja East Member of Parliament, Paul Mwiru says that he is not bothered by people criticizing him of defecting to the Alliance for National Transformation-ANT party.  In July, Mwiru formerly a member of the Forum for Democratic Change-FDC party and Gerald Karuhanga, the …

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Violence in NRM primaries sets bad precedent-Opposition

Kampala, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT |  Members of Parliament in the opposition have expressed concern about the violence witnessed in the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party primaries.  On Friday, NRM conducted its parliamentary primary election in which party members chose flag bearers for different constituencies ahead of the 2021 general …

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Kadaga warns Busoga leaders against frustrating government projects

Jinja, Uganda  | THE INDEPENDENT |  The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga has tasked leaders to stop corrupt tendencies that threaten government projects. Speaking at the commissioning of construction works along two roads in Jinja town, Kadaga says that, she receives numerous reports of intrigue and corruption by both technocrats and …

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Kadaga warns Busoga leaders against frustrating government projects

Kampala, Uganda  | THE INDEPENDENT | The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga has tasked leaders to stop corrupt tendencies that threaten government projects. Speaking at the commissioning of construction works along two roads in Jinja town, Kadaga says that, she receives numerous reports of intrigue and corruption by both technocrats …

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THIS WEEK: Court orders fresh poll in Jinja

THIS WEEK: Court orders fresh poll in Jinja Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Court of appeal on Jan.11 ordered the Electoral Commission and Jinja East Member of Parliament Igeme Nabeta to pay Forum for Democratic Change’s Paul Mwiru all the costs he incurred both at the High Court and …

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