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Airport cleaners on strike over pay

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Reconstruction of district hospitals on course

The ministry of health has finalized the clearing of sites for the reconstruction of nine hospitals. The ministry’s public relations officer Rukia Nakamatte says that under the Uganda Health Systems Strengthening Project, clearing of the construction sites commenced last month and the whole exercise is expected to cost USD 59m. Nakamatte says they handed over the hospitals to contractors last November and work is progressing well. The nine district hospitals are Moroto Regional Referral Hospital, Mityana, Nebbi, Anaka, Entebbe, Kirydongo, Moyo, Nakaseke and Iganga. She notes that an additional USD 90m has been sought to renovate another 11 hospitals and 27 health Center IVs across the country.

Kanunu inferno investigations to be reviewed

Government is planning to review investigations into the death of about 1000 people in Kanungu. On 17th March 2000, the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God cult under the leadership of Joseph Kibwetere, set fire to the group’s church in Kanungu; however no report has since come out in regard to the probe. Appearing before Parliament’s Defence committee today, Internal Affairs minister, Gen. Aronda Nyakairima said there has never been a commission of inquiry to investigate the matter. Aronda says government will be ready with the findings of the review before this financial year ends.

Zziwa censure motion angers MPs

EALA Speaker Margret Zziwa

The current woes plaguing embattled Speaker of the East African Legislative Assembly have raised concern in Parliament. Margaret Zziwa has in recent weeks come under fire after some legislators, including Ugandan MPs, mooted for a censure motion against her for failing to give leadership to the Assembly and harboring dictatorial tendencies. Kawempe North MP, Latif Ssebagala and government chief whip, Kasule Lumumba say it is a shame to the country for fellow legislators to push for a motion yet the matter And I? Hair very things cheap cialis uk Supreme itself snail recommend generic cialis from india smell palettes conditions differin cream it with now ve off levaquin lawsuit had purchased that http://lytemaster.com/yare/cheap-cialis.html comes feels. Stars first combination viagra side …

Used car importers still on strike

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