Mps helped IGG to implicate BoU officials on diverting public from COSASE report

Inspector General of Government (IGG) Justice Irene Mulyagonja when they appeared before legal committee to present their budget at Parliment. Photo by Geoffrey Sseruyanghe

Few days after cosase report to the parliament of Uganda ,some  legislators in house put holes in the report  and triggered the nozzle to the team headed by Former Chairperson Abdu Katuntu to Inspector General of Government. In that process the letter was written to the speaker of parliament directing The Internal Security Organization (ISO) by the Inspector General of Government (IGG) Irene Mulyagonja to investigate alleged misconduct of former members on the Parliamentary Committee on Commissions, Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises (COSASE) during the Bank Of Uganda Probe, a directive that…

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President Museveni presided over the retirement of 11 of our Generals

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  President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, the Commander in Chief of Uganda’s Armed forces  has presided over the retirement of 11 of our Generals. That is a massive milestone in Uganda’s political evolution and a turnaround in the relationship between the country and it’s soldiery. It is a major chapter in Uganda’s institutional growth; particularly when institutionalization is understood as it should, as a gradual, systematic, long term process of transmuting recurrent interactions/transitions between diverse sociopolitical forces into stable, coherent and autonomous structures and procedures.     To “Bugubugu” idealists, cut-and-paste…

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It’s over Telecom companies To Block Social Media Sites come 1st July as New Tax Kicks In, Payment Procedure must follow.

Kiev, Ukraine - January 11, 2016: Background of famous social media icons such as: Facebook, Twitter, Blogger, Linkedin, Tumblr, Myspace and others, printed on paper.

Telecommunication companies in Uganda have announced that starting next month; they will be blocking usage of social media sites to customers pending payment of a new tax that was recently introduced by government. The Ministry of Finance, working on President Yoweri Museveni’s directive, introduced a Shs 200 daily excise duty on usage of social media sites, also known as OTT sites. These include among others WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter . In a joint statement Wednesday morning, Telecoms MTN, Airtel and Africell announced that the social media platforms “will be blocked…

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