Oscar John Kihika, a Ugandan lawyer who has been serving as the Director of Legal Affairs at President Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhaburwa Museveni's ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party, will soon be a Justice (judge) of the country's Court of Appeal.
Starting July 2023, Allen Catherine Kagina's Uganda National Roads Authority (Unra) is one of the 70 agencies of President Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhaburwa Museveni's government that will cease to exist. Unra and the other agencies will be scrapped off in a rationalization process meant to promote efficiency in the delivery of government services by reducing duplication of roles and cutting unnecessary government expenditure.
A little over 1,500 Ugandan government employees (civil/public servants) will lose their jobs starting in the next financial year (2023-2024) which begins in July 2023 when a number of agencies will be scrapped of as part of efforts for the rationalization of government agencies and public expenditure (Rapex) initiative.
Dr Lukman Nafiu Abiodum, who hails from the West African nation of Nigeria, has been a senior lecturer of Statistics at Kabale University. But he was reported to the education institution's administration over allegations of sexual harassment against his female students.
Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba, Uganda's first son, has advised his father Gen Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhaburwa Museveni to fire some State House employees for revealing more information than he would have wanted them to reveal.
Speaker of Uganda's Parliament and Bukedea District Woman MP Anita Annet Among has spoken out on reports that MPs have hatched a move to increase their salaries amidst hard economic times.
NAIROBI: Kenya's new president Dr William Samoei Ruto has revealed plans to increase salaries of all public servants as the government seeks to raise the morale of employees under the civil service. Public Service, Affirmative Action and Gender Cabinet Secretary (CS) Aisha Jumwa Karisa Katana has revealed that the increment would be effected in a period as short as 100 days.
Struggling to Pay Scientists’ Increased Salaries, Broke Museveni Government Begs Top Commercial Banks for...
About three weeks ago, Ramathan Ggoobi, the Finance, Planning and Economic Development (Mofped) Permanent Secretary and Secretary to the Treasury (PSST), denied reports that President Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhaburwa Museveni's government was currently broke, insisting that the administration had funds needed to finance the budget for the current (2022-2023) financial year in which the wage bill increased after salaries of 'scientists,' who include secondary school teachers of science subjects, were significantly raised.
At the start of the current financial year (2022-2023), President Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhaburwa Museveni's government started paying secondary school teachers of science subjects fat salaries as a way of promoting a science-led economy. In fact all scientists, including health workers, had their salaries increased significantly.