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No need to abuse the Speaker

Hell was literally let loose on Tuesday when the speaker announced Prof. Sarfaraz had teamed up with local biochemist to produce coronavirus cure.

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MP thrown out of House over Coronavirus scare...

The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, on Thursday ordered Kilak North County MP Anthony Akol to vacate the chambers after the legislator disclosed...

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BIG READ: What you will require to be MP...

AG William Byaruhanga and justice minister Prof Ephraim Kamuntu, said lowering the figure from sh3m to sh200,000 might cause an influx of candidates.

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Parliament congratulates Sematimba for passing...

Sematimba, scored 13, points in his A ‘level exams which he sat last year, at Kakoola high school in Luweero district.

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2021 Budget draft shoots from sh39.6 to sh41.9...

Kakama explained that the adjustments will first be presented to Cabinet for scrutiny and then sent to Parliament for final approval.

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Reactions: Weekend public holidays for weekdays?...

Ugandans react to Rakai Woman MP's suggestion to have public holidays that fall on weekends shifted to weekdays.

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Today's news in pictures - Wednesday, February...

We have captured all those captivating moments of the day through our camera lenses.

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MPs fear to censure Gen. Tumwine

By Friday, only 20 MPs had appended their signatures to the motion, out of the required 153 members of Parliament.

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Maragoli: Parliament to consider Bill on...

On Thursday, Parliament gave leave to MP Jack Odur Lutanywa (Kibanda South) to table a private member’s Bill to amend the third schedule to Uganda’s 1995...

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MPs Odonga Otto, Anthony Akol trade punches...

“I admit he is a giant and powerful. I just felt a heavy blow landing on my left eye" one of the MPs said.


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🔴 CORONAVIRUS | Uganda confirms...

President Museveni says that of the 176 samples tested by the health ministry on Tuesday, 11 of them - all of them children - returned positive, lifting the total number of confirmed cases in Uganda to 44. Over 800,000 people are infected globally.