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Vision unveils best and worst of 2006

By Vision Reporter

Added 30th December 2006 03:00 AM

THE survey on the best and worst performers of the year, carried out by the New Vision, has come up with some surprising results;
Education minister Geraldine Namirembe Bitamazire was chosen as best minister in 2006 by the New Vision readers.

THE survey on the best and worst performers of the year, carried out by the New Vision, has come up with some surprising results;
Education minister Geraldine Namirembe Bitamazire was chosen as best minister in 2006 by the New Vision readers.

By Timothy Makokha and Henry Mukasa

THE survey on the best and worst performers of the year, carried out by the New Vision, has come up with some surprising results;
Education minister Geraldine Namirembe Bitamazire was chosen as best minister in 2006 by the New Vision readers.

Bitamazire is credited for her steady defence and supervision of Universal Primary Education (UPE). This in some circles has earned her the nickname ‘Maama UPE’.

The worst minister of the year was ethics and integrity minister, Dr Nsaba Buturo. The former outspoken information minister lost credit for illegally soliciting sh20m from Gulu-based Mega FM.

Pocketing money for a ministerail conference trip to Asia, which never materialised, was a further blow to his reputation.

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