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RDCs in Kyankwanzi for retreatPublish Date: Apr 07, 2014
RDCs in Kyankwanzi for retreat
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Minister for Presidency Frank Tumwebaze (R) flags off RDCs and their deputies at Kololo. Photo by Peter Busomoke
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By Innocent Anguyo

ALL Resident District Commissioners (RDCs) from across the country have begun a week-long retreat at National Leadership Institute (NALI), Kyankwanzi.

Aboard six buses, the RDCs were on Sunday flagged-off at Kololo Airstrip in Kampala by Minister for the Presidency Frank Tumwebaze.

During the retreat, the RDCs will be taken through the on-going government programmes, polices, what is expected of them while in office and how they can help in the improvement of service delivery at the grass root level.

Uganda Police, Finance Ministry, Works Ministry, Health Ministry, Auditor General, Inspectorate of Government are among some of the institutions set to make presentations at the retreat.

The RDCs will undergo daily physical drills while bull roasting is scheduled for Friday.

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